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Why Should Parents Invest in MaxBP? Great Exercise

  • by Coach Ross
  • 2 min read

Do you feel like your kids are spending too much in front of the television? Are they always on their mobile phone? Is their tablet their most prized possession? In this day and age, it can be challenging to keep kids motivated and active. When it comes to training for baseball, softball, lacrosse and other sports that require an athlete to track, catch or hit a moving object, it's particularly challenging because the training must be done at training facility or park.

A few sessions with our pitching machines and you'll be feeling lighter on your feet, more confident at the plate and loving every minute of it.Basketball players have the luxury to step outside and take some shots in their driveway or backyard. Why not baseball and softball players? Would the convenience of practicing at home make a difference in the number of reps your athlete gets on an annual basis? Would this opportunity provide them with more practice opportunities? Would this additional exercise benefit their overall health and athleticism?

MaxBP provides a quality cardiovascular workout, second-to-none training and it's fun! A few sessions with our pitching machines and your kids will be feeling lighter on their feet, more confident at the plate and loving every minute of it.

MaxBP’s small ball reaction training presents a challenge to athletes of all ages, from Little League to the Major Leagues. All it takes is a flick of the switch and a modification can be made to find a setting that is perfect for you and your athlete. From there it's time to rake - as each MaxBP bucket holds approximately 120 balls! That's more than double the number of a typical round at the batting cages!

All it takes is 15-20 feet of space for a ballplayer to get unlimited reps. This can be accomplished in the garage, the basement or outdoors - typically the small wiffle balls travel 60-80 feet - which makes shagging in between rounds a non-issue.

Make a move to get the kids off the couch and motivated to go outside and play ball. It's a decision you won't regret in the short term or long term, and chances are your kids will thank you later.