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UCLA Readies For V-Flex

I'm looking forward to working with Kelly Inouye-Perez and her staff on the West Coast on August 25th. I met Kelly four years ago before I was market ready and unfortunately did less than an impressive presentation for the staff on Sunset Blvd. To say the least , the six thousand mile endeavor wasn't a success. From that trip forward I knew we needed more than an intellectual property patent to sale our technology.  The patent was proof enough that the system worked but I needed compelling game day data for coaches to see. 

Shortly after meeting Kelly I was fortunate to meet Dr. Les Anderson from the Univ. of KY.  His background in neurology and softball led him to develop an app for tracking the impact of V-Flex on strike recognition efficiency. Over the past three years he has charted over 469 games and his statistical reports show that NCAA  top 25 teams training on V-Flex strike out 16% less and walk 13% more than their non V-flex trained counterparts. That's a (+) 29% cumulative offensive impact. 

Those numbers are why I was invited back to UCLA by Coach Perez. The past four WCWS Champions were V-Flex trained and with "strike recognition" training coming to UCLA next week, I'm anticipating some amazing fireworks for the Bruins this season. I believe I've learned a thing or two from my previous mistakes in marketing and selling and I'm excited about my new endeavors. Anyone interested in learning about V-Flex and strike recognition training in the LA area should give me a call at 865-566-5425 or send me an email. I will be arriving on the 22nd just to meet interested coaches in the area. 

UCLA Readies For V-Flex

I'm looking forward to working with Kelly Inouye-Perez and her staff on the West Coast on August 25th. I met Kelly four years ago before I was market ready and unfortunately did less than an impressive presentation for the staff on Sunset Blvd. To say the least , the six thousand mile endeavor wasn't a success. From that trip forward I knew we needed more than an intellectual property patent to sale our technology.  The patent was proof enough that the system worked but I needed compelling game day data for coaches to see. 

Shortly after meeting Kelly I was fortunate to meet Dr. Les Anderson from the Univ. of KY.  His background in neurology and softball led him to develop an app for tracking the impact of V-Flex on strike recognition efficiency. Over the past three years he has charted over 469 games and his statistical reports show that NCAA  top 25 teams training on V-Flex strike out 16% less and walk 13% more than their non V-flex trained counterparts. That's a (+) 29% cumulative offensive impact. 

Those numbers are why I was invited back to UCLA by Coach Perez. The past four WCWS Champions were V-Flex trained and with "strike recognition" training coming to UCLA next week, I'm anticipating some amazing fireworks for the Bruins this season. I believe I've learned a thing or two from my previous mistakes in marketing and selling and I'm excited about my new endeavors. Anyone interested in learning about V-Flex and strike recognition training in the LA area should give me a call at 865-566-5425 or send me an email. I will be arriving on the 22nd just to meet interested coaches in the area.