We’ll conduct a thorough assessment and work with you to customize every facet of your off-season training. You’ll be prepared for the best season of your life.
- Stay Healthy
- Optimize Your Stuff
- Maximize Command
As a pro baseball player, someone is always after your job. You can’t afford to get it wrong, but you also don’t need to waste energy wondering if you’re getting it right. Like every other year you’ve experienced, this will be the most important off-season of your career.
What will you get when you engage in the ARMory’s Pro Off-season Training Program
An initial 4-hour Precision Strike Evaluation and Training Session.
- Full physical assessment by a licensed physical therapist (Randy Sullivan)
- High-speed video analysis of your mechanics
- 4D Motion Capture to identify sequencing problems
- NewtForce® sensored mound ground reaction force data
- Track Man ball flight measurement
- Edgetronic 1000+ FPS video analysis of ball release and pitch tunneling
- A comprehensive, individualized training plan to optimize your readiness for spring training
- Hands on instruction for all assigned drills and exercises
- A personalized day-by-day throwing program that will take your through the fall/winter and right up to spring training
- Specific mobility/movement training regimen to address any inefficiencies identified
- A 3 days per week SAVAGE power building workout tailor-made for you.
- A customized SAVAGE coordination and strengthening program that transfers directly to you throwing motion
- 9 additional on site 4-hour training sessions to be used anytime during the current off-season
A 6 month membership to our SAVAGE Satellite Training Program
Every facet of your entire off-season training plan will be housed in an App on your phone. Each activity will include a video link showing exactly how it should be performed.
At any time, you can send us videos of you performing the drills and exercises to be sure you’re doing them well.
You’ll have unlimited access to our instructors via text, phone, email, or facetime.
We’ll reassess and modify your plan accordingly every month (more often if needed).
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Minor Leaguers: What’s keeping you from making it to the show?
Major Leaguers: What do you need to do to make yourself a perineal all-star and a Cy Young or Hall of Fame Candidate?
Whatever it is, we’ll help you get it.
Check out other noteworthy pros we’ve worked with:
Long time #ARMoryguy makes life-changing reset
2011-2022: Tyler Danish
Tyler Danish began training at The ARMory at the age of 15. After a record-setting high school and travel ball career, he was the 52nd overall pick in the 2016 draft. He ascended to the major leagues quickly, but things began to unravel. Released and out of affiliated baseball, he returned to the ARMory for a life-changing reset. In the spring of 2021, after two years of grueling work he signed a minor league contract with the Angels. He posted positive results and in 2022, he signed a free agent contract with the Boston Red Sox. He spent most of 2022 in the big leagues and performed well. His story is inspirational example of perseverance and determination. In the face of failure and adversity, he never gave up. He credits The Florida Baseball ARMory for reviving his career and changing his life.
A small tweak, could go a long way
2020-2021: Peyton Glavine
In the summer of 2020, Randy Sullivan watched a Major League Baseball hopeful throw inside the Florida Baseball ARMory. Looking at the data, collected with a TrackMan device and a mound measuring the ground reaction to the pitcher’s delivery, the ARMory staff noticed something they could improv upon the young left-hander’s change-up. A small tweak, they thought, could go a long way. Then a bit of doubt crept in. “Wait, wait, wait,” Sullivan recalled thinking. “We’re about to tell Tom Glavine’s son how to throw a change-up?”
Not only did the tweak help Peyton Glavine’s changeup, the individualized plan designed for Peyton helped him gain velocity. The work was crunched into just under a month. And when Sullivan shared the numbers with the Washington Nationals, showing Glavine’s baseline velocity raised from 86 mph to almost 90, General Manager Mike Rizzo’s front office signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2021. Read More about Peyton Glavine’s velo gains.
From unknown to Cy Young Finalist
2019-2022: Jake Odorizzi
With the 32nd overall pick in the 2008 draft, the Milwaukee Brewers selected Jake Odorizzi. Later traded to the Kansas City Royals and then to the Tampa Bay Rays, he made his big league debut in 2012. Struggling through a back injury in 2017, he turned in a disappointing 2018 season. On the recommendation of his teammate, Kyle Gibson, he spent the the off-season training at The ARMory. In 2019, with a 2.5 mph increase in his average fastball velocity fastball he posted the best numbers of his career.
During an MLB Network interview, Odo credited his off-season training at FBA for his success. Click to see more about the specifics of Jake’s off-season training click here.
Nagging arm pain to All-Star
2016-2022: Kyle Gibson
A first round pick out of the Missouri in 2009, Gibson underwent a Tommy John surgery in 2011. Nagging arm pain inhibited his performance for the next five years. In December of 2016, Gibson stopped by the Florida Baseball ARMory looking for a solution. After his initial visit, remote training, and a follow up session in late January. We took all that information and created a comprehensive training plan that specifically addressed all the possible contributors sub par performance and/or paint. Kyle executed his plan well and by the time spring training rolled around, he was pain-free, well conditioned, and ready for action. In 2018, he made 32 starts , lasting longer than six innings 20 times. His average fastball velocity jumped from 92.0 mph to 93 mph, and he showed workhorse durability, logging over 196 innings. Kyle entered free agency in 2019 in a favorable position and agreed to terms with the Texas Rangers on a 3-year, $30 million contract. Read about Kyle’s experience with the ARMory here.
Read about what Kyle told mlb.com about his experience with the ARMory.
I’m a stuff guy
2016-2017: Justin Verlander
Chosen by the Detroit Tigers as the second overall pick of the 2004 MLB draft, Verlander’s early career could be described as a metric rise to the top of the game. The pinnacle came in 2011 when he won both the Cy Young and AL MVP awards. By 2015, however, Verlander’s stuff had started to wane. After the worst statistical year of his career that saw his normally blazing 98+ mph fastball dip into the low 90s, JV checked in at The Florida Baseball ARMory on the last day of the 2016 Spring Training. “I’m a stuff guy.” He said. “I want my stuff back.” Working remotely between starts, Verlander found his fastball and finished the season as the Cy Young runner up. He returned to the ARMory for an off-season plan in early 2017, and went on to have another stellar year that culminated in a World Series Championship with the Houston Astros. Read more about Verlander’s visit to the ARMory here.
How Chien Ming Wang Got His Groove Back
2015-2016: Chien-Ming Wang
After posting consecutive 19 win seasons (2006, 2007) with the New York Yankees, Taiwan’s greatest superstar suffered broken foot in 2008. The injury cascaded into several shoulder injuries, as he struggled to make it back to the big leagues. After being released by the Yankees, Nationals, Braves, Yankees (again) and Mariners, Wang reported to The ARMory in November of 2015 with chronic shoulder pain topping at 80 mph. The pain in his shoulder was so debilitating, he could barely raise his hand to scratch his head. After a winter of hard work, he accepted a 2016 non-roster invitation to spring training with the Kansas City Royals. He surprised everyone by flashing 97 mph sinkers that were even better than in his prime. He played through one final season, inspired a nation of admirers, and wrote a triumphant ending to a Netflix documentary called Late Life: The Chien Ming Wang Story. Read all about his 2015-2016 off-season training in this blog called How Chien Ming Wang Got His Groove Back.