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Hitting Foundational Course

 

The Hemo Hitting foundation teaches players a hitting philosophy developed by MLB veteran, Scott Hemond.

Learn the C.R.U.S.H hitting method.

C – Confident & Connected

R – Relax & Review

U – Understand & Utilize

S – Smooth & Swift

H – Hone the Head

By the end of this course, you will learn the foundational skills of a unique hitting philosophy to take back control.

 

Solid Foundation

This comprehensive hitting course will provide you with a hitting foundation to build upon.

Hemo’s revolutionary hitting philosophy teaches you to analyze your own swing through isolating key movements.

The tools and drills he teaches gives you the tools to stop ‘hoping’ and take control of your game.

The Hemo Hitting Foundation addresses performance anxiety, creates balance, and promotes a solid visual outcome to develop a deeper understanding of the swing.

Players from all levels benefit from building their foundational hitting skills on top of the Hemo Hitting foundation.

“He’s the best catcher I’ve seen in college baseball.”

Coach Mike Martin

Former Head Baseball Coach, Florida State University

“Having been in baseball all my life (including 30 years coaching in college), Scott Hemond is the best catcher I have ever seen play and had the opportunity to coach…now he is a Coach. As Coaches, we are teachers and Scott has the innate ability to teach and instruct.  Baseball has 3 phases (offense, defense, and baserunning), all of which Scott did extraordinarily well as a player.  What is more important is that he has a “feel” for all 3 phases.  I would trust my own kids to have Scott Hemond teach them the game of baseball!”

Coach Eddie Cardieri

Former Head Baseball Coach, University of South Florida

“My experiences with Scott were fantastic! His knowledge and enthusiasm for the game made it fun, yet very informative. He pays close attention to the details, while breaking them down step-by-step. I would recommend him strongly to any baseball player looking to improve their game.”

Coach Les Miles

Former Head Football Coach, LSU

One of the best prospects in the Oakland system is Scott Hemond. He was an All-America catcher at the University of South Florida and has an arm that has been likened to Santiago’s and Alomar’s.”

Tim McCarver

Former MLB Catcher, Cardinals Hall of Famer, Hall of Fame Broadcaster

"Hemo has been helping me with my game now for many years. In that time, I have learned so much about the game. I don’t know where I would be today without Scott. The energy and passion for the game that he brings to the table everyday, along with his professional  experience, makes him one of the best instructors available. Anyone wanting to elevate their game should attend the Scott Hemond School of Baseball." 

Drew Williamson

OF, 1B, University of Alabama

“Hemo has helped me with baseball since I was 12 years old. Every off-season I look forward to working/coaching with him and stepping up my game both mentally and physically. His positive energy and passion for the game along with this big league knowledge makes him one of the best instructors/coaches you can get.”

Austin Wood

MLB Pitcher, Anaheim Angels

“The Scott Hemond School of Baseball has been training me since I was 11 years old. I’m now 17 years old and I’m committed to playing baseball at Daytona State College. The instruction I have received from the SHSB has shaped me in every aspect of the game and has not only made me a better player, but a better person. I wouldn’t be the person I am today without the Scott Hemond School of Baseball.”

David Maberry

OF, 1B, University of North Florida

"Scott Hemond is a special coach. SHSB is a special place to develop your skills and learn about the game of baseball. Not only do you get better at the game, your baseball IQ goes up when attending the Scott Hemond School of Baseball. I am the 15th ranked outfielder in country. I would not be where I am without Scotty H, the knowledge I’ve gained, and people I’ve gotten to associate myself with at the SHSB!”

Brandon Schrepf

RHP, University of South Florida

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