Date(s) - February 24
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Barnes & Noble, Naples
Rick Saggese, owner and founder of Think Outside the Diamond training facility in Naples, Florida, recently wrote and published his book called Baseball for Building Boys to Men.
Saggese is proud to announce he will be part of a special book signing event to be held at Barnes & Noble located in Waterside Shops in Naples on Saturday, February 24 from 2 to 4pm.
Rick Saggese has trained athletes for the past 20 years.
“I’ve tried to instill values and the processes it takes to be successful in each of my students,” says Saggese. “This has been a game changer for my athletes, not only in their sports career but in their lives.”
Baseball For Building Boys To Men discusses how Saggese brought these values to life in his baseball clients over the years with his training techniques.
Saggese invites other athletes to learn the vital aspects of his training that has helped hundreds of baseball players develop and perform at a higher level.
“If you want to be sure your child is in the hands of a good coach, you need to understand what a well rounded coach does to approach to building players through baseball. I wish I had this book three years ago when I was first starting my journey for the next level knowledge,” says Bryan Eisenberg a bestselling author of the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, USA Today and New York Times bestselling books Call to Action, Waiting For Your Cat to Bark?, Always Be Testing, Buyer Legends and Be Like Amazon: Even a Lemonade Stand Can Do It.
Think Outside The Diamond opened in 2012 and is considered a premier sports performance training and fitness facility.
Saggese trains athletes from all sports and specializes in baseball and softball. His training practices consists of general fitness to sport specific acceleration, power and plyometric training.
ABOUT Rick Saggese: After a historically successful high school career Rick went on to be an All-American at the University of Miami. After multiple knee injuries, a professional career wasn’t in the cards for Saggese. Once his playing days were over, he decided to turn his passion for baseball into a coaching career. He decided to open his own facility and make training athletes his full time job. Rick takes pride in providing every athlete with their own individual and unique training experience.
For more information about Think Outside The Diamond or Coach Rick Saggese, please visit www.ricksaggese.com.