“Nancy is one of these most knowledgeable coaches in the strength field, specifically as it relates to training softball athletes. Her knowledge runs deep and expands across a variety of topics. She’s constantly learning and not afraid to be creative in training methods and styles. I love when my athletes have the opportunity to interact with her and I would highly recommend her to any softball player who is looking to become stronger and raise their game to the next level. Most importantly, Nancy shows young athletes that can be they can be healthy, confident and powerful women.”
— Jo Clair - Founder & Owner of Protect the Plate

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are you a local athlete who wants to train with me?

I know how frustrating it can be walking into a packed commercial gym following a cookie cutter program. Which inevitably leads to less than impressive results. Your time and is valuable and your hard work should be rewarded. You deserve better.

Interested in starting your own personalized strength training program with my team and I at The Strength House in Worcester, MA?

 
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Are you a distance based athlete looking to train with me online?

If you can’t make it to The Strength House in person but still want to utilize our coaching and programming ? We offer online coaching for motivated and dedicated individuals looking to improve their performance in:

hitting, pitching and throwing along with gaining more strength and power or recovery from a previous injury.

 
I’ve been following Nancy’s softball training material for over a year now. From exercise selection to coaching methodology, I believe she is one of the most knowledgeable coaches in the softball training world. For any young women looking to grow their game and become a stronger, healthier athlete, Nancy is who has what you are looking for.
— Bowie Matteson - Director of Sports Performance for ProSwings, located in Longwood, FL

ARE YOU A SOFTBALL COACH LOOKING TO LEARN MORE ABOUT strength training, DESIGNING PRE-GAME ROUTINES, OR ARM CARE PROTOCOLS?