ATHLETES LAB: Adds advanced technology to track each athlete’s progress

Published Friday, June 5th, 2020

Baseball, softball strength and

conditioning camps scheduled for July

HobbsDailyReport.com

MAIDEN – Athletes Lab LLC is adding more technology and broadening its focus on tangible ways pitchers and hitters can track their development.

Grant Rembert, CEO of Athletes Lab, announced the company has added Rapsodo Technology, which provides numerical and other feedback to pitchers and hitters.

It’s a unique technology that tracks the data with a profile. It also allows each individual to have a report that instructors and college recruiters can track development over a period of time.

Rapsodo pitching measures fastball velocity, spin rate, axis, location, etc, while Rapsodo hitting measures exit velocity, launch angle, swing plane, etc.

GRANT REMBERT

“We continue to provide the best resources and latest technology for our athletes and coaches,” Rembert said in a press release. “Our goal is to provide a professional facility with professional coaches that have all the tools to maximize the development of our athletes.

“We want no excuses when it comes to development and athletic enhancement of all athletes in the area.

“I am excited to continue to make announcements, continue to get better and strive for excellence in athletic development.

“This is the latest announcement but not the last – I want every aspect of development covered”.

Athletes Lab has opened a 33,000-square foot Performance Center. It is equipped with a multi-purpose turf field, 11 cages, a pitching area, three pitching machines and three Verti-Max, Pro/Collegiate Weight rooms.

AARON REMBERT

The staff includes Aaron Rembert (COO/Pitching Coordinator/Head of Recruiting), Ryan Gant (Head Strength and Conditioning Coach) and Audra Harrison (Performance Coach).

The addition of Rapsodo helps the staff provide feedback to players and coach them at the highest level.

“Numbers do not lie, you have to put in the work, and this will help us track it,” Grant Rembert said. “It adds another level of accountability on all parts and we are excited to get it implemented!”

For more information, visit the Athletes Lab Performance Center at 11 E. Boyd Street in Maiden, call the Center at (828) 320-8352, click on the ad at the top of the page or e-mail agrembert.21@gmail.com.

Baseball, softball camps coming in July

Athletes Lab has scheduled a baseball camp and a softball camp for July that will focus on strength and conditioning.

They are scheduled at the Performance Center in Maiden – softball from July 13-16 and baseball from July 20-23.

The camps are for ages 8 through 14.

Cost of a camp is $100 and can be paid at the door on the opening day of each camp.

The workout schedule for softball (daily) will be skill from 9 a.m. to noon, lunch from noon to 12:45 p.m. (bring your own) and strength conditioning from 12:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The baseball workout schedule (daily) will be skills from 9 a.m. to noon, lunch from noon to 12:45 p.m. (bring your own) and strength and conditioning from 12:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

For questions or more information, email agrembert.21@gmail.com.

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