EL1 is a national sports training company created by athletes, coaches and educators who believe in the transformative power of sport. We provide expert training and a full suite of administrative solutions in the service of athletes, teams, organizations, tournaments, and events.
THROUGH OUR FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS, WE EDUCATE, EMPOWER, AND ELEVATE YOUNG ATHLETES
A suite of behind-the-scenes services designed to make life easier for the unsung heroes, parents and volunteers who nobly labor to make sports work. For teams, our staff can take care of budgeting, player registration, fee billing and collections, ordering uniforms and fan gear, and more. For facilities, we can design plans for efficient operations, scheduling, and profitability growth.
A unique “operating system” for teams from elite travel ball down through Little League. Our staff of former professional players can provide outstanding position- and skill-specific instruction to complement the work of your coaches.
Affordable and progressive one-on-one or small group instruction for baseball and softball players delivered by men and women who have played the game at the highest levels. We use a blend of teaching, technique and technology to help athletes work on key skills throughout the year.
CAMPS AND CLINICS
Special programs in our facilities, in Major League stadiums, and in the community that emphasize both fun and fundamentals. From spring break and summer camps to pitching and catching clinics to 7-on-7 camps, we offer a variety of options for baseball, softball and football players of all ages and skill levels.
Impeccably well-run and high-level team sports events for baseball and softball players. Our Premier Sports Tournaments division operates more than 100 top baseball and fastpitch softball tournaments, with a dominant market share in the Pacific Northwest and a growing presence elsewhere.
Programs and instructional support for athletes, families and coaches, especially those in underserved communities. We work closely with Major League teams to design and run programming for their Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) initiatives, to identify and train coaches and mentors, and to give equipment and facility access to those who have traditionally not had access to such things.
“Chloe drives herself harder than any other kid I've ever seen, but I could tell she was burning out. Then today, watching her where you showed the right way to get the bat through the zone and how to stack and extend was awesome. We could just see all that resolve and determination come back to her. That was priceless.”
Bainbridge Island, WA