SoCal Redbirds

Southern Californias Elite Baseball Developmental Program

SoCal Redbirds Baseball Summer 2024

June 3rd - August 13th
  • 10 Week Program
  • Weekly rapsodo data updates
  • 3 Workouts per week
  • Speed/Velo Training
  • College Showcases
  • Tournament/Games
  • Questions Contact: Jon Lukens

    [email protected]



    SoCal Redbirds Training Program

    11-Year History

    We started this program 11-years ago to develop baseball players with a baseball-specific training regimen. From day one, we have seen our players improve across the board in throwing velocity, quickness, bat speed, power, reaction time, and baseball sprint speed. Over the years we have refined and streamlined the program by adopting insights and methods used in MLB and Olympic Training.

    Baseball-Centric Training

    Baseball requires explosiveness. Our training program matches the specific requirements for baseball. Most other training programs do not focus on the unique Baseball Explode/Rest Cycle (BERC) required for high-level baseball performance.


    One of the core tenets of the program is our focus on measurement. Over the years, we have learned how to measure the key elements that contribute to baseball success.

    Multiple Method Focus

    We employ multiple baseball-specific training methods including Baseball-Centric Plyometrics, Olympic Velocity-Based Weight Training, Speed Training, Quickness Drills, Mental training and Mechanics.

    At Home Component

    In addition to the trainer-led on-field program, we include a required at-home program. Players are required to do 2 or 3, 20-minute work-outs each week in addition to the on-field training.

    Measurement Methods

    “You cannot manage what you cannot measure” We use a proprietary combination of measurement methods using traditional measurement tools and advanced devices.

      90 Foot Sprint
      60 Yard Sprint
      20 Yard Shuttle
      Kneeling Power Ball Throw – 6lbs
      Reactive Strength Index – Two Measurements using our specialty device
      Throwing Velocity – Run and Gun
      Bat Speed/Spin Rates/Extension Rate – Blast motion, TrackMan

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