Bringing the Hitting Lesson to Your Living Room!
Swingsanity™ is an online mentorship program that develops competent, resilient and independent hitters.
" We don't build swings; We build unbreakable self-confidence in hitters"
Ron Calloway - Founder of SWINGSANITY™
About The Founder
Ron Calloway, M.Ed., is the founder of Swingsanity™ and creator of The Cycle™, a four pronged approach for attacking at bats with confidence. Ron is a former Major Leaguer and current middle school teacher with a deep passion to help young people gain confidence, develop skills and acquire knowledge that will help them become terrific hitters and succeed in all areas of life.
Prior to launching Swingsanity, Ron spent 11 years playing professional baseball after being selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 8th round of the 1997 Major League Baseball draft. His career climaxed in 2003 through 2004 when he appeared in 172 Major League games as a member of the Montreal Expos. He retired from professional baseball in 2007, ending his career having played for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies organizations.
Following his retirement, Ron earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Management and a Master of Arts degree in Education specializing in Early Childhood education. He also spent 4 seasons as an assistant baseball coach at Cañada College and San Francisco State University.
What You’ll Learn
The Cycle™ develops mental alertness which creates clarity in every situation.
The Cycle™ asks you to consider things that are in stark contrast to many of the things that you have previously been taught, and approaching these things with anything less than a growth mindset would be pointless. It is critical that we establish a set of attitudes needed for success, and we will routinely reaffirm and build on these attitudes throughout the program.
We define mental approach as the way you process and deal with every situation. In short, your mental approach is your strategy. It is critical that you have a clear and correct plan of action every time you step in the batters box. If you lack clarity, you will never be as confident as you should be.
We are NOT talking about swing mechanics. We are speaking of the details associated with executing your approach. Again, you have to thoroughly understand what you’re trying to do and how you are going to get it done. Our system eliminates confusion.
Far too many times we beat ourselves up and make drastic changes to our swing because we had a bad at-bat. This program teaches you how to correctly identify and solve problems independently.
We have all been told to pay attention during a game, but most of us don’t know what we are supposed to be looking for and/or how it will help us gain a competitive advantage. This program lays out what to look for, why you’re looking for it, and how to use that information to your advantage.
I will NEVER have all the answers to every hitters questions, but you have a lot of Swingsanity™ members that are all going through the same things at the same time. With that in mind, we created The Bullpen, a forum for players to effectively share information, which expedites the learning process tremendously.
The Cycle Explained
In this video, Ron discusses how he builds unbreakable self-confidence in hitters. He lays out the programs details and explains why it’s necessary to learn the mental side of the game in an online setting.
Start with the Basics
It is important to know that all Swingsanity™ members start at the same exact spot of the program. We need to teach everything we expect you to know, regardless of how basic or fundamental it may be. But I will tell you this, the first video is as basic as it gets, but it’s something that I never considered during my playing career, and I played in the big leagues! We can’t afford to assume anything.
Come with us on this journey and you will uncover countless things you have never considered as well.
Our Mentorship Program Builds:
Developing knowledge and judgement are a huge part of The Cycle™, and they go hand in hand. Put simply, the more you understand about the process of hitting, the better decisions you will make. And make no mistake about it, hitting is all about making and executing decisions.
We define resilience as the ability to recovery quickly from difficulties. There’s no doubt that you will run in to difficulty over the course of a season. The question is: do you have the knowledge and understanding necessary to adapt and adjust? The more you feel like you have the answers, the more resilient you will be.
At the end of the day, you will have to be able to set your approach for each at-bat, adjust that approach during the at-bat, and make any necessary changes between at-bats. You are going to have to be able to do those things quickly and without the help of a coach.
Get Started Now
What’s holding you back? Join our community today and get introduced to things you have probably never considered. You will become more competent, resilient, and independent in no time!
AN ON-GOING MENTORSHIP
- Get a hitting lesson delivered to you every week
- Have access to me in our weekly group forum
- Develop a strong mindset
- Learn to create better strategies
- Understand how to execute your plan
- Become competent, resilient, and independent
ON-GOING MENTORSHIP FOR LITTLE LEAGUERS
- Learn step by step process of what it takes to become a good hitter.
- Get a hitting lesson delivers to you every week.
- Have daily access to me in our group forum
Here’s what a few of swingsanity’s™ members say about their experience.
I’ve been with Ron for about a year. Ron isn’t just some other hitting coach who taught me mechanics, he instead taught the mental side of hitting. Along with learning the mental side of hitting, he has taught me the mental side of my life. Ron changed my entire life and I know he’ll change yours too if you’re really open to learning.
High School Player '21
My experience with Ron has taught me so much more than I expected. Not only was I taught mechanics but I was taught the mental part of baseball. The information that I’ve gotten from him has made me more successful and confident during the physical part and especially the mental part of the game.
High School Player '22
Coach Ron is a coach in the truest sense of the word. His knowledge of the game of baseball and specifically of hitting is without challenge. But it is his willingness or better yet, desire to share that knowledge and experience. He not only teaches the mechanics of hitting, that is the easy part, but he challenges all his students to understand and excel at the mental preparation it takes to be a good hitter. In this challenge, he allows each athlete to find their own confidence and then he helps each individual grow within themselves. My son has been the benefactor of such growth. We need more Coaches like Coach Ron.