Tyler Anzmann Performance
Here at Tyler Anzmann Performance we take the time to build a relationship with each of our athletes in order to understand their needs, goals, and how we can most effectively help them during the process of improving their baseball performance.
How We Started
Between 2008 to 2015, I went from a lightly recruited high school pitcher struggling to throw 85mph to a professional pitcher sitting in the mid 90’s. While training to increase my velocity I found that there was a lack of evidence-based training information and programs. There were two camps, with the “old school” guys claiming that velocity could not be trained, and “new school” guys trying to sell quick fixes and weekend bootcamps. What I needed was a holistic approach to help me improve my throwing mechanics, strength, power, speed, mobility, and body weight. This didn’t exist.
Rather than accept the status quo, I decided I needed to design my own evidence-based training program. I read everything I could find in peer-reviewed journals, textbooks, and training blogs of other strength coaches, and began experimenting on myself. As I began to see results and improvements in my velocity, first over 90mph as a 22-year-old, then sitting 94mph in bullpens as a 24-year-old, other athletes, coaches, and parents began to inquire about training them, their players, or their kids, and Tyler Anzmann Performance was born.
Why Our System Delivers Results
Many programs and coaches struggle to holistically train their athletes as they focus solely on pitching mechanics or strength and conditioning while completely missing the other along with nutrition. We help athletes throw harder and stay healthy by changing their throwing mechanics, getting strong, powerful, and mobile.
We’ve helped athletes get signed by MLB teams, get college scholarships, and make their high school teams. We’ve tested our program on amateur and professional athletes and gotten results that speak for themselves. Check out Mike’s story of improving his velocity from 84-86mph to 93-95mph as a college senior. Or Chris’ story of improving his velocity from 86mph to 93mph as a high school senior.
We love helping athletes work toward their dreams, and would love to help you work toward yours! If you’re interested in working with us, contact us and let’s set up a call to discuss your goals.
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