The 5-tool training center is open

ENID, OK – 5 Tool Training is a new venture committed to changing baseball and softball for Enid area youth by providing a 4,000 square foot temperature controlled indoor training facility. Athletes will find turf, batting cages, pitching mounds and a variety of training aids and camps for all ages.

5 Tool Training opened on October 22, 2022. Players were able to register for time slots and individual usage time. Information was also given on the camps and courses planned.

The property offers convenient time slots and when the slots are full they offer a waiting list. Text (580) 541-2860 or email for more information. The training center is located at 1024 N. 4th St., Enid, OK 73701.

There is no single player that changes a team when it comes to competitive travel ball or league ball. Teams should be functional units in their own right and gaining rep and not having to knock rust every time your team wants to play is a big help.

Enid is full of talented and committed players, coaches and parents. The 5-tool training facility is more than enough to take any team to any level of success they desire, and they can be purchased against any major city facility for prizes. They want to provide the area with more indoor workout options because there are already other great options that they are happy to refer you to.

Camps and private lessons are beneficial training tools. They are in fact essential to move to another level. Children need new faces and new voices to teach them from time to time. 5 Tool Training will have instructors hosting both to prove this point.

If you’re a team looking to take the next step, or if you’re starting your group at a younger age and building them as a unit, this is your place. If you are a team looking for team instruction from a camp instructor, this is your place. If you are a parent looking to give your child extra work with you and them alone, this is your place. They have many options.

There are also multiple uses for the facility beyond baseball and softball. If youth football teams want to train, there is that opportunity. As long as the facility is used within the stated guidelines, athletes and coaches can train however they see fit.

Visit their Facebook page at to see the latest camps and programs.

Current courses:
* Softball catching lessons with Chloee Robinson
* Moy Style Infield Clinic this weekend
* Throwing, catching and playing softball with Kate Bezdicek
* Hitting Camp with Steve Goeke
* Speed ​​camp with Jay Miller

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