Softball Training

softball training louisville kyWith the addition of Emily Allard, CTSP now offers the premier softball training Louisville, KY has to offer. The CTSP Softball Training Program is a challenging, positive, and upbeat environment. Under the leadership of former professional softball player Emily Allard softball training will include:

  • Fundamental skill work
  • Hitting and defensive drills
  • Increase speed for improved base running and field coverage
  • Increase quickness for reaction and forward/lateral movement
  • Increase strength for throwing velocity, rotational power and injury prevention
  • Semi-Private group settings with one-on-one attention

In addition to softball specific training, the 4 week session also includes 2 sessions per week in our sports performance training program which utilizes the same methodology and intensity used with our professional athletes to support and prepare high school and youth athletes. As an industry leader in sports performance training, we prepare athletes to get the most out of their bodies by increasing speed, strength, endurance, and flexibility, leading to increased productivity and decreased injury.

Training also includes nutrition and regeneration techniques to improve performance and educate young athletes on how decisions off the field, between games, and at practices can improve their overall performance. Athletes work in small groups (8-10 max) with coaches to ensure training is done correctly and efficiently.

Register for Softball Training

Please click on the link below to register for softball training. Our softball groups are limited to 8-10 max so sign up today before all the spots are filled.

Introducing Emily Allard

louisville softball hitting pitching coachAfter moving to Louisville, KY in 2018, Allard began training at CTSP and knew this would be her new home. Allard and CTSP are poised to elevate the training and teaching of softball student-athletes in the greater Louisville area. Allard, a former member of the National Professional Fastpitch’s Chicago Bandits, the 2015/2016 NPF Cowles Cup Champion, and graduated from Northwestern in 2014 as the school’s all-time, the Big Ten’s all-time and the NCAA’s 19th all-time record holder in stolen bases (154).

Allard was awarded the NFCA Golden Shoe in 2012, given to the nation’s best base stealer in all of Division I collegiate play. A four-time NFCA All-Region and All-Big Ten selection, Allard boasted a career .402 batting average that included a single-season record-breaking .491 average during her sophomore season.

Allard slapped 306 hits on her way to 180 runs in her Northwestern career. After being named the 12th overall pick in the 2014 NPF draft, the Northern California native was named to the All-NPF team as a rookie. In 2015, Allard was awarded the Rally Spikes Award for the most stolen bases. With a career cut short by injury, Allard turned down an invitation to try out for the Canadian Olympic Team and ended her career with a batting average above .350 in four seasons of NPF play.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and her master’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University in 2013 and 2014, respectively. Allard also co-founded her own company, Be The Momentum, centered around the skill of slapping in softball. Allard works full-time for the National Fastpitch Coaches Association as the Marketing & Sponsorships Specialist.