Here you’ll find a list of camp information, features, and the objective behind it. To register, scroll to the bottom of this article.

What is the purpose of the camp?

The objective of the High-Performance Pitching Camp is to develop young athletes who want to learn what it takes to get to the next level from two former professionals.

This camp will provide participants the ability to learn the mental game, strength and conditioning, and how to pitch from some of the most knowledgeable pitchers in Southern Alberta.

“Both of our pitching coaches are humble, relatable, and provide a wide variety of pitching knowledge. these guys both have what it takes to help you get to the next level” – Kyle Poapst

What is provided?

Approximately 18 hours of instruction each month plus homework, equal to less than $15/hr of High Performance Training.

How long does it run for?

Runs November to May with the goal of having you GAME READY for Spring and Summer Baseball!

What age group and how many participants?

Limited to 12 players 13 and older. Not available for players 12 and under.

When are the classes?

Pitching classes will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week from 8:00pm – 9:30pm.

“I learn something new everyday I come to field with Dustin and Rhett. The professional work ethic these guys display on a daily basis makes makes everyone on the field work harder.” – Matthew Khole

What is special about this pitching camp?

Individualized throwing and training programs for each individual athlete based on their physiological profile, strengths, and weaknesses.

Training sessions to acknowledge each individual athlete’s needs regarding strength, movement, patterning, and efficiency.

Pitch design sessions using data, such as spin rate and spin axis, to better build each individual pitching arsenal.

Work with a former major leaguer and a certified Driveline instructor. Using these tools and resources to create elite athletes with elite level arms.

The camp runs from November to May, at a cost of $250 per month. 3 times per week, in 1.5 hour sessions.