What is the online lesson program?
An interactive service that gives you access to the best hitting and pitching instruction available. Through video sharing via Hudl Technique, our instructors develop a custom made improvement plan for your hitter or pitcher. Using our time-tested proprietary methodology that is only available at Baseball Rebellion and continuously evolving through research at the Baseball Rebellion facility.
How are the videos exchanged?
At Baseball Rebellion, we believe in providing each client with an amazing customer experience. Hudl Technique allows clients to take videos on their Apple mobile or tablet devices and share them instantly with their instructor. It also allows you to chat with your instructor within the app and watch your videos in your email. It is as easy as sending a text message!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to recent changes from Hudl, Hudl Technique is no longer available on Android devices. Please make sure you have either an iPhone or iPad to use the Hudl technique application.
Is the price a monthly fee?
We offer a subscription service that is a monthly fee. If you purchase a bronze package, you will be billed $79 a month. If you purchase a silver package, you will be billed $119 a month. If you purchase a gold package, you will be billed $159 a month.
Are there a minimum amount of months I must sign up for online lessons?
There are no length requirements on any of our packages. Though the longer you stay in the program, the more information you will gain and the better your player will get.
What equipment do I need for Hitting lessons?
Bat, balls (baseball or softball), tee, and a small hitting net. The idea is that our online lessons can be done almost anywhere. We also recommend after the first month of online training that you consider purchasing a Rebel's Rack. The basis of our movement progression is done with the Rebel's Rack, so it is a useful training tool to have throughout your Baseball Rebellion online training.
What equipment do I need for Pitching lessons?
Glove, ball, and hand towel. Pitchers do not even need access to a mound to benefit from this instruction. The idea is that this can be done almost anywhere.
Do I need access to a baseball field, batting cage, etc.?
No. All of the drills and most of the hitting can be done with the previously mentioned basic products or a swing away.