Instruction and Lessons in Cincinnati
At DNA Sports Center, we believe the foundation of every good athlete is speed and agility. Once an athlete has attained those attributes, sports specific training is the next step toward truly excelling at their game.
Our Softball Instruction Includes:
- Hitting Instruction
- Pitching Instruction
- Throwing Instruction
- Fielding Instruction
- Catching Instruction
- Base-Running Instruction
DNA’s experienced softball instructors work with athletes of all ages to improve upon their technique and understanding of the game. Great focus is given to the player’s physical and mental conditioning, along with proper body mechanics.
Specific Areas of Focus for Softball Instruction Include:
- Proper Mechanics
- Strength and Conditioning
- Mental Conditioning
- Pre-game Preparation
Private lessons are 30 minutes in length and cost $45. Packages of 10 are $40 per lesson, 15 packages are $38 per lesson and 20 packages are $35 per lesson. Click HERE for more information or to purchase packages. Group lessons (60 minutes) are also available. Call 513-600-1519 for more information or to schedule your appointment today!
Kiley was a record breaking pitcher at Georgetown High School who helped her team to back to back sectional titles and a regional title. Kiley earned multiple team and league awards and finished her senior season as one of Greater Cincinnati’s top ten pitchers. Kiley provides lessons for pitching, which is her passion, as well as hitting and slapping. Kiley has provided lessons for several years and is currently an assistant coach for a 12U team in Georgetown.
Lance Durham – Softball Instructor (Hitting, Fielding)
Lance was a first-team all-GCL selection as a junior and a senior at Roger Bacon High School and finished his collegiate career as a Cincinnati Bearcat where his .427 average in 2009 was an all-time best at UC. He also set the single-season record for hits (99), breaking former Bearcat Kevin Youkilis’ record (96) from 1999. Durham signed with the Toronto Blue Jays, which took him in the 14th round of the 2009 draft. Lance spent time in the minor leagues for both the Toronto Blue Jays and Detroit Tigers. Lance has provided lessons for several years and is currently a varsity high school baseball head coach.