Travel Softball players across the area can improve their game with professional instruction at a training clinic on Sunday, June 26th at 5pm at Frozen Ropes in Union. Players will have the opportunity to work on their hitting, pitching, fielding and throwing skills with nationally-certified Frozen Ropes instructors, all of whom played at the college or professional level.

The clinic is open to travel players only and registration is limited and players must call in advance to register.  Players will rotate through a series of training stations focused on various aspects of the game including: Hitting Video Analysis, Pitching Velocity Improvement, Gold Glove Fielding, Bat Speed Improvement, and Strength and Conditioning Training.  Two Time USA Olympian Jessica Mendoza is the catalyst behind the Frozen Ropes Softball Hitting Model.

Frozen Ropes is the most recognized name in softball and baseball instruction. With locations across the United States, Canada and Europe, Frozen Ropes has received national recognition for its instructional strategies that have been industry-tested since 1989. It is the only baseball and softball training center to have Major League teams and players as clients.  Sports Illustrated, USA Today, ESPN, Newsweek, The New York Times and The Washington Post have featured Frozen Ropes in their publications.

Call 908-686-9060 to register. For more information visit www.frozenropes.com/union