Texas Baseball Ranch Summer 2018

RANCH REVIEW THE

SUMMER 2018

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LOOKING BACK ON THIS SUMMER’S PROGRAM

This is one of our Ranch Fun pictures that we take at the end of a four-week session. Several of these guys prepped for their pose at least a week in advance. As we say at the Ranch, “Work Hard, Play Hard.”

This summer, nearly 80 percent of all attendees set all-time personal bests in terms of throwing velocity. It is always bitter- sweet for the Ranch staff to say goodbye to our athletes as they leave the Ranch. While it is truly inspiring to see so many athletes rise to levels of performance many of them will admit were beyond their initial expectations, it is also sad to say so- long to so many amazing young athletes whom we have watched blossom right in front of our very eyes. That being said, we are excited for these young men and look forward to all the great things to come with the start of the new school year.

The Texas Baseball Ranch® Extended Stay Summer Program is a very, very special program. Running from the first of June through mid-August, young men from all over the United States and even all over the world come to Montgomery, Texas, to engage in some of the most concentrated, intense, holistic, customized, progressive training in the world today. It is difficult, zealous, and challenging work, designed specifically for the elite baseball throwing athlete whose goal is to play and compete at his personal next level of competition. There is no air conditioning nor a fancy weight room. Instead you will find deep, deliberate, and purposeful training processes that are hyper-personalized to over 100 athletes training at the Ranch this summer. The camaraderie and friendships forged in the 6-hour daily workout regimens are legendary, and many last a lifetime. While the work was intense, as you can see by the picture above, the training culture here at the Ranch is also high-energy, filled with unbridled joy and exuberance. In short, we all have a BLAST working in the summer. That includes the coaches, the interns, the athletes and their parents, and even our office staff.

–Coach Wolforth

P.S. Several weeks of the Ranch Summer Program sell out every year, so it’s not too early to start thinking about next summer. As soon as you know when you’ll have a 2–10 week window to come to the Ranch (between June and Aug. 15), I would waste no time contacting our office and securing your spot.

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