2017 Summer Camp Registration opens
Summer Camp will take place Aug 28-31. Registration is now open so please remember to follow the 3 steps to get your daughter registered for camp. REGISTRATION PAGE
Power Zone Closing June 7
Power Zone Academy will be closing its doors on South Fraser Way on June 7, 2017. Owner Dave Paetkau will be more involved with Canadian Women’s National Team push to qualify for the 2020 Olympic games. Dave will be still be working with local athletes at the Yale Softball Academy and also will be arranging some lesson time over the fall and winter months. We will still be shooting and hosting college recruitment videos.
WHAT TRAINING MEANS AT POWER ZONE
Every athlete has a trainer or a team of trainers. Does your softball or baseball player want to advance their skills? Would you like your softball or baseball player to receive advanced skills training from world class coaches?
Power Zone Academy offers world class skills training to softball and baseball players wanting to take their game to the next level.
Are you tired of watching your child getting lost in groups of 4, 5 or 6 players per instructor? Is the player being left on their own for long periods of time trying to teach themselves the skills that you are paying a softball or baseball instructor to do?
Power Zone Academy was opened in 2003 and since then we have had one philosophy; keep the classes small so the students get personal instruction. Data has shown that the smaller the class size, the faster the player develops, so Power Zone keeps the ratio at 2:1. The idea has worked so well that in the past 13 years 50 players have gone on to receive college scholarships and 4 players have made the Canadian National Team and 10 have played for the Canadian National Junior Team. Some of these players started out at the house level and then excelled once they were exposed to this individual attention.
Our instructors are nationally and internationally recognized for their baseball and softball expertise and their training enables them to share their knowledge and skills with the players. Most instructors have played at college or at an international level so they can demonstrate the skills that are needed to excel in the sport.
Team instruction and practice times are also available in the 2700 square foot, modern training center which has a full-length batting cage, pitching lanes and hitting areas.