Private & Group Lessons

First Coast Athletics offers year round private baseball instruction allowing your child to have dedicated one-on-one training to help improve the mechanics and fundamentals of baseball.  We work extensively with young players on proper hitting and throwing mechanics as well as pitching, fielding and base running.   

We specialize in working with young players (8U -13U) with our proven hitting philosophy of Powerful Simplicity.  We help simplify the swing and eliminate the common mistakes for young hitters so they can focus on swinging hard and being aggressive.

About Coach Clint:
Coach Clint has been working with youth baseball players and coaching travel baseball since 2011.  In the past 9 years he has coached more than 700 travel baseball games and coached hundreds of young hitters.  Clint played college baseball at Florida State University and Stetson University.  He brings a tremendous level of enthusiasm, passion and knowledge of the game to young players with a strong focus on details and development in all phases of the game.  For more information please contact Clint Hendry at 863.368.0950 or  

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First step is usually to perform an over all assessment of where the player is currently at in the current skill and development. We specialize in working with young hitters (8-13 years of age). Our goal is to communicate simple concepts and make it fun.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons?

$35 per half-hour for group or individual lessons

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

1) Am I mentally ready to start a lesson program as a student? If Mom or Dad have to force you to come and work on your game... you may want to rethink some things with regard to baseball training.

2) Am I going to be willing to go home after a session and begin the work that a coach assigns for me to work on between now and the next lesson.

3) What are my strengths and what are my weaknesses? Can I articulate these to a coach?

Coach Clint Hendry