Game Time Pressure Training Powered By Baseball Factory
By Baseball Factory
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
– From America’s top Player Development and Collegiate Recruiting Company, Baseball Factory.
– Over 375 Major League Players have received Baseball Factory Training, resulting in 123 All Star Game appearances, 2 MVP awards, 5 Cy Young awards and 4 Rookies of the Year.
– 100% of Division I programs include Baseball Factory Alumni.
Now – Baseball Factory brings the best in science and skills training to your iPhone with Game Time Pressure (GTP) Training – Powered by Baseball Factory.
GTP Training is the ONLY smartphone app on the market today that is specifically designed to help baseball players perform when it matters most – under pressure. It incorporates real game demands into training, allowing for a player to better transfer his skills from practice to a real game situation.
By practicing and learning how to deal with stressors such as noise, task overload, performance pressure, competitive demands and time pressure we are training players to get the most out of their ability during a real game.
– Test your skills in Vision, Hitting and Balance in a simulated pressure environment
– Record your own sounds to integrate into the game
– Create and share your own Baseball Card with friends
– Track progress over time
– Compete against friends and players from around the world
– Get Coaching Tips from our team of GTP experts
– Find out when Baseball Factory is coming to your town
– Visit BaseballFactory.com/GTPApp
– Follow us at:
• @baseballfactory on Twitter
• Baseballfactory on Instagram
• +baseballfactory on Google+
What's New in Version 1.1.2
Support for iOS9 and bug fixes.
Good and fun
I wish u guys were a football factory because I think it would be a more funner if u made it as football
Still not sure
I am a parent and downloaded the app as a test before allowing my sons to get it. When I first downloaded the app also started to download 16 videos, which sucked up a lot of my battery. After a few minutes it was still trying to download the videos and never seemed to complete. I got tired of waiting and ended up closing the app and reopening it. First, the app is not intuitive to use and I'm still trying to figure it out. I'm not seeing a whole lot of benefit to this app other than being a central point to watch videos. Could I just search for this type of stuff on YouTube? The main reason for the low rating is that it doesn't appear that you can manage your profile. If you register with your first and last name, it appears on the scoreboard. I don't like that and for this reason alone, will not let my sons get the app. I also don't understand why the videos only work with headphones. Seems like the should work with or without them, like YouTube. Sorry Baseball Factory. Feels like a flop.