Over the years we’ve developed the reputation as the premier baseball training facility in the midwest. We work closely with multiple baseball clubs, high schools, and organizations training baseball athletes. Using our expertise in biomechanics, physical therapy, and performance training, our staff have helped middle school, high school, collegiate, and MLB players take their game to the next level. Our team is comprised of certified exercise professionals and former collegiate baseball players.
Athletes can take advantage of HPI’s 7-day trial for athlete programs.
- You have 7-days to try out our services without having to commit.
- We will discuss your goals and build a program that works best for you.
- Our trial starts with a free performance consultation.
- We want to make sure our program is suited to your needs.
Individual training sessions with one of our certified baseball training experts. Each athlete receives performance and movement screens to track progress along with a personalized program tailored specifically to them.
Sign up for a pitching and throwing analysis from one of our certified baseball training experts. Each session focuses on breaking down mechanics through slow-motion video while identifying areas for improving performance while reducing the chance of injury.
Baseball Group Training
Athlete academy is for athletes grades 3rd-7th focuses on many baseball specific speed, agility, and strength exercises. Elite Training is for athletes grades 8th-12th and each athlete has an individualized program focused entirely on baseball specific speed, strength, power, and injury prevention training. Both programs focus on improving performance on the field while reducing the chance of injury.
Elite Baseball In-season
Training during the baseball season is a key component to high performance on the field and avoiding injury. This program focuses on keeping players strong as the season grows long. It also allows players to go through different workouts (recovery/injury prevention/maintenance) depending on their game schedule.