6 Tool U strives to train athletes and provide opportunity. 6 Tool U offers our all-inclusive program as well as supplemental offerings to include mental management, health and nutrition, educational support and specialty skill development.
Peak Performance Network (PPN) is a cloud-based centralized software service designed to track, interact, develop, manage, analyze and evaluate athletes and assist coaches with providing exceptional guidance to players & sets our program apart.
College Prep & Advocacy
6 Tool U provides parent & player advocacy while preparing for college athletics through a dual-track program focusing on both athletics and academics at the University level. Since the program began in 2011, 100 percent of participants have achieved the opportunity to play college baseball.
What is 6 Tool U?
Established in 2014, 6 Tool University was a collaborative design by experts in the areas of baseball, education, technology and human potential growth. We utilize specific training curriculum and techniques, along with teaching modalities (i.e. “Best Practices”) to improve the overall success for our Affiliate Organizations and Members.
6 Tool U has a far reaching ability, through cutting edge technology, communication, networking and overall experience in the design of our programs. 6 Tool University: Provides University Level Experience for Affiliate Organizations & Student Athletes of the Future.
Experienced staff desire to have a positive impact on the lives of athletes and their families. Learn more About 6 Tool U.
March News from 6 Tool U March Newsletter The University Level Experience for Future Student Athletes The Strength & Conditioning Program provides players with education, guidance and assistance with strength & conditioning as well as speed and agility. Learn...read more
Advanced Programs – February News from 6 Tool U February Newsletter – Advanced Programs The University Level Experience for Future Student Athletes Introduction to 6 Tool U Advanced Programs All 6 Tool U members receive discounted rates on advanced...read more
Post from http://www.thepostgame.com/ Hundreds of college athletes were asked to think back: “What is your worst memory from playing youth and high school sports?” Their overwhelming response: “The ride home from games with my parents.” The...read more