Blake Doyle - Colorado Rockies Hitting Coach
Blake Doyle, Hitting Coach for the Colorado Rockies, and CEO of Doyle Baseball and Former Professional Player says of Powercore 360:
"As a Major League Hitting Coach and CEO of Doyle Baseball since 1978, there have been hundreds of instructional devices cross our paths. We have seen and witnessed them all! The Powercore 360 is an Instructional and Maintenance Tool that I simply love."
I used Powercore 360 with Rockies Player Brandon Barnes this past season and quickly witnessed rapid improvement in his mechanics. I then had to FEEL the product myself and in 15 minutes I was sold. I immediately asked for the product to be sent to my brother Denny at Doyle Baseball".
"What I love about the product is that it provides IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK to the hitter". A hitter, no matter the age, can actually FEEL when they are performing the movements correctly and incorrectly".
"Doyle Baseball has built an exceptional brand within the baseball business over the past 37 years. Using a product outside of our own walls, much less endorsing an outside product does not happen. Powercore 360 is legit and now we are using the product and endorsing it as well"!
Blake has players from the Big Leagues to Little leagues using and loving Powercore 360.
Bret Williamson - MLB Scout
I have been giving professional hitting instructions over the past 25 years and I have never supported the use of training devices or "Gimmicks" for my lessons. Then Jake Stewart convinced me to try it with one of my students, saying it was a “functional training tool”.
In just one 30-minute training session, I saw my student increase his core stabilization & strength, fast twitch hand speed, barrel speed and ball exit speed. I’m now convinced that PC360 is NOT a gimmick, it’s a “Functional Hitting Training System”.
Since using PC360 myself, in three weeks with players from 9-24 years of age, they have increased their ball exit speed no less than 10 MPH on average.
Hitters can use the system while hitting on a tee, with soft toss and even take BP in it. It’s a year-round training tool, which I highly recommend!
Frank Gonzales - Colorado Rockies Coach
Powercore 360 is a new training system but yet it trains all of the staple movements a baseball player needs to make. It's really very simple, but very appropriate for all age & skill levels.
Mike Lane - Hall of Fame and Former Coach University of Northern Alabama
I highly recommend The Powercore 360 baseball/softball training system. This system is an outstanding lineup of training tools designed to teach proper hitting and throwing movements, trouble shoot common fault areas and train those same throwing and hitting movements.
Scott Bullock - Head Coach, Rocky Mountain High School, Fort Collins, Colorado
Bullock says “I love it, it not only trains the rotational athlete's strength and flexibility but also teaches proper mechanics of the core when hitting and throwing. It is also super easy to implement in to practices, we use it as a station during cage and bullpen work".
Scott Bullock is the head baseball coach at Rocky Mountain High School in Fort Collins Colorado. Scott's baseball bio:
- 1995-1996 Asst. Peru State College(NE)
- 1997-1998 Asst. Kingman High School(AZ)
- 1999-2002 Head Coach Kingman High School
- Career Record KHS 57-56-2
- 2003 Asst. Rocky Mountain High School
- 2004-Present Head Coach Rocky Mountain High
- Colorado 5A State Champs 2007-2010, 2014
- Career Record RMHS 214-53
- Career Record 271-109
- FRL Coach Of The Year 04,05,09,10,13
- Colorado Coach Of The Year 2007
- Colorado 5A Coach of the Year 2014
- Prep Baseball Report Coach of the Year 2014
- ABCA Regional Coach Of The Year 2009
- BCA Regional Coach Of The Year 2010
Andy Burns - Toronto Blue Jays
Lauren Howe - Former LPGA Tour Winner
Lauren Howe, an LPGA event winner and top-ten finisher numerous times, played on the LPGA tour for 12 years before a career ending swing which herniated two discs in her low back. Listen to how PC360 gave her swing, game and life back!
Ryan Winther - ReMax Long Drive World Champion
Terry Pettit - Hall of Fame Coach
- Was Nebraska's Women's Volleyball Coach 1977 to 1999, Guiding the Huskers to a 694-148 Record in his 23 years, Averaging a 30-6 Record Each Season as Coach
- Led the Huskers to their First NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship in 1995
- 2 NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes in 1986 and 1989
- 6 NCAA National Semifinal (Final Four) Appearances in 1986, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996, and 1998
- Earned 19 Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances from 1982-1999
- Won the Big 8/Big 12 Every Year Except 1977 and 1997
- Big 8/Big 12 Coach of the Year in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1998
- AVCA National Coach of the Year in 1986, and 1994
- Recipient of the USA Volleyball All-Time Great Coach Award in 2004
- Allison Weston AVCA National Player of the Year Honor in 1995
- Nebraska Led the Nation in Both AVCA All-American and Academic All-American Selections during his Tenure
Jim Miret - Former College/Professional/National Team Coach and Current Front Range Head Coach
"We Use the PC360 to Help Develop Proper Attacking Mechanics and Increase Power. We Find it to be an Invaluable Tool for our Players at all Ages."
- Current Head Coach of Front Range, Head Coach of 18 Black and 15 White, and Lead Coach for 17s and 18s
- Named Outstanding Male Coach for Juniors by USA Volleyball (1999, 2003)
- Named Developmental Coach of the Year in Volleyball by the US Olympic Committee (1999)
- Named Junior Coach of the Year by the RMR (2003)
- Was the Technical Assistant Coach for the Women's Olympic Volleyball Team during their tours in China and Sydney for the Grand Prix Championships (2000)
- He was the First Coach in the RMR to Lead a Team to the Gold Medal in 18 Open and the Second Coach in the Region to Win it all at JOs (2002)
- Won 4 18 Open Gold Medals in one season: Crossroads National Qualifier, Tampa Bay National Qualifier, JOs, and NORCECA Tournament as the Head Coach of the USA Youth National Team
- Coached Front Range 18 Black to the AAU Championship in 2006
- Served as a Head Coach for the USAV Youth & Junior National Teams Program for 6 years
- Coached the Colorado Thunder Women’s Professional Volleyball Team to a 3rd Place League Finish
- Was the First Assistant at the University of Colorado and Regis University
Kathleen Schauer - Front Range Volleyball Club
"After yesterday, I am really impressed with how stable my shoulder feels already. I feel like all the muscles in that socket were hit yesterday which I don't think I have ever been able to say that before with any work out I've ever done. My shoulder isn't sore but it feels strong and stable after 1 workout. Amazing!"
Kathleen Schauer began coaching with Front Range in 2012. In the 2013 season, she assisted 18 Black and Head Coached 13 Navy. In the 2014 season, she began Head Coaching 15 White.
In 2008, Kathleen began her club volleyball coaching career in Raleigh, North Carolina with Triangle Volleyball Club. At Triangle, Kathleen worked as the Head 12s age division Volleyball Coach as well as the 12-1 Volleyball Team’s Head Coach, which went on to take 2nd in the Carolina Region that year. Kathleen also previously worked with South Suburban Recreational Center, 24 Hour Fitness, the YMCA, and Binghamton University coaching Volleyball clinics for Youth, Middle School and High School ages.
In 2004, Kathleen was rewarded with a full Division 1 scholarship to Binghamton University in upstate New York. There, Kathleen started all four years and was voted Captain of the team her senior year. In 2005, Kathleen led the Binghamton Bearcats to an American East Championship and to their first NCAA Division 1 Tournament appearance. The following year, Kathleen was voted Binghamton University’s Athlete of the Month when she beat Binghamton’s Division 1 record for the most kills in one match with 29 kills against Kent State University. Later that year, Kathleen made the All American East Conference Team, and in 2007, Kathleen made the All American East Championship Tournament Team. In 2008, Kathleen became a Student-Athlete Mentor at Binghamton University encouraging the younger classes toward success. Later that year, Kathleen became the first student-athlete to graduate from Binghamton’s Bioengineering program, and the only student-athlete to graduate from the Watson School of Engineering at SUNY Binghamton in 2008.
Nicole Edelman - Former Setter University of Colorado Women's Volleyball
Billy has been one of the most valuable resources for me throughout my volleyball career concerning my overall body awareness and strengthening. I was fortunate enough to work with him throughout both club and collegiate career, and he was able to take me to an elite level and enhance my performance. My work with Powercore 360 benefitted me through injury prevention, overall muscle strengthening and awareness, and injury rehabilitation.
"While working with Billy, I saw incredible improvements with my explosiveness and power. I learned how to use the correct muscles in a dynamic and explosive manner when jumping, which was then implemented specific to volleyball skills such as hitting, serving, setting, etc. Through his visuals and explanations, athletes such as myself are able to quickly improve previous muscle memory and then maintain it throughout their careers.
I also loved his emphasis on core strength. While rehabilitating a back injury, I was able to come back faster than expected because I learned how to activate my entire core while playing. I not only came back quickly, but I became a stronger and better volleyball player after my rehabilitation process with him.
Not only is he incredibly knowledgeable about improving athletic performance, he is also caring and passionate about each athlete he works with. He was always completely committed to making me the best volleyball player that I could be, and I am forever grateful for all of his assistance and support."
Beach Elite made the decision to certify 7 of our coaches after hearing great reviews of the program from a partnering club. This was one of the best decisions we have made in strengthening the value for our members. The training we received was very thorough and detailed. We plan to implement the PC360 program into our daily training next season and feel this is going to help us reach the next level in training our hitters. The techniques and equipment used in the PC360 not only allow our players to feel what they are doing right and wrong, it allows our coaches to see and break down each component of a player hitting. Thank you to Billy for training us and getting us on the path to greater performance!
Club Director - Mike Roberts