NBA - A Different Type of Training Facility
Have you ever walked into a business and nobody acknowledges you? Or, worse yet, they act like you’re interrupting something! That won’t happen when you come to Nashville Baseball Academy (NBA). We’re glad you’re here, and we’ll welcome you into our facility and make you feel at home!
NBA is a different kind of training facility where we choose our baseball and softball trainers not only because they are excellent at teaching skills and helping players get better, but also because they are the kind of people you want your kids to spend time with. We think that’s important.
Our trainers work with players as young as 4 years old, and as old as college players who come back when they’re in town to get a tune up and stay sharp while they’re on break.
One of the most frequent questions we get from people who are interested in private instruction is, “How does it work?” It’s easy, really. You just let us know what skills your player wants to improve, and which day and time works best for you. We’ll take it from there!
Or, you can browse the trainer roster on our website at www.NashvilleBaseballAcademy.com and see if there’s a particular trainer your player would like to work with.
Whether you have a beginner who’s trying to make the team or a college-bound high school player, at Nashville Baseball Academy, our player-first approach to training means players get a hands-on program that addresses their individual needs and helps them get ready to play at the next level – whatever that level is.
Our staff of professional baseball and softball trainers are available to meet the flexible schedules families need these days. At our 10,000 square foot facility we have room to work on everything from hitting and pitching, to ground balls, long toss and base running drills.
With the holidays already upon us, baseball and softball seasons are right around the corner. This is a great time for players to get back into the swing of it, and prepare to hit the ground running when the new season gets underway.
For coaches looking for a winter practice home for their teams, we also have practice slots available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in January, February and March. We close the whole facility for 1 ½ hours and teams get the whole place to themselves.
So, whether you have a player looking to improve their individual skills, or a team in need of a winter home for practice, call Nashville Baseball Academy and experience a different kind of baseball and softball training facility.