Owner/Founder of Wasserman Strength, LLC
Austin was the Gatorade Player of the year in New Hampshire in 2002 and went on to play Division 1 Baseball at the University of New Orleans before transferring to the University of Connecticut. After college, he played two years of professional baseball. The first year was with the Worcester Tornadoes and his second season was with the Nashua Pride of the Independent CanAm Baseball League. Austin won a Championship in 2007 with the Nashua Pride. Austin is highly respected by coaches, parents and players for his approach and knowledge of the human body.
He has worked in New York City alongside some of the top Physical Therapists and Motor Learning Specialists in the country. His Pre-Screening Techniques and Corrective Exercise Protocol allows him to personalize each workout, eliminate muscular imbalances and enhance proper movement patterns to ensure maximum performance while minimizing injuries. Austin works with current Minor League & Major League Players as well as numerous Youth, HS & Collegiate Athletes!
Base Stealing: Leads & Footwork - Creating Shin Angle & Direction8,00 $
Base stealing is an important tool in the game of baseball. It can help put a team in a position to score runs and win games! This base stealing course by Austin Wasserman will teach you how to take proper leads from 1st base, 2nd base & 3rd base, what the most efficient type of steal start footwork is AND drills to create the most efficient shin angle so you can maximize your ability to get great jumps and be comfortable running the bases!8,00 $
High Level Throwing: The Water Bottle DrillFreeIn this baseball & softball High Level Throwing course, Austin Wasserman shares the techniques for his Water Bottle Drill.
The Water Bottle Drill is the #1 Throwing Drill that will enhance an athlete’s understanding of arm path with less resistance than an actual throw! Less resistance = less interference with your current throwing volume while enhancing the arm pattern!
An efficient arm path will reduce the risk of shoulder and elbow stress by allowing the body to supply the force in a throw, not the arm! It creates proper timing between the arm and the lower body! An efficient arm path will also increase the ability to generate velocity! Yes!
We want athletes to FEEL what it’s like to move THROUGH positions during a throw, instead of training static, robotic pauses within a throwing sequence. The Water Bottle Drill will do just that!