Jerahmie Libke was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Baseball became the center of Jerahmie’s life at a very young age. He was raised by his mother, Brenda Libke and he has two younger siblings, Jessica and Jayson.  One of Jerahmie’s uncles, played professional baseball.  He had a huge impact of Jerahmie’s life, and was always a great father figure.  He shared his passion and knowledge with Jerahmie and Jerahmie fell in love with the game.


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Libke Pro JR

$69.99

Libke Pro Jr is a defensive of training tool for all positions in baseball and softball. The Junior version is the Junior size Libke Pro, which is recommended for ages 5 – 10 years of age. The Junior is 1 inch shorter in length than the Softball and Youth model. It is ¼ inch shorter in width as well.

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Description

The Libke Pro Jr is being used in a variety of ways.

The positions that are training with the Libke Pro:

Infielders
Catchers
Outfielders
Pitchers

Different ways the Libke Pro is being used by each position:

Infielders
o Bare Hand Drills (specifically with tennis ball and racquetball)
o Quick Catch
o Short Hops
o Ground Balls
o Double Plays
o Pick Plays
o Live Defense
o Fundamental Drills (live or dry runs)

Catchers
o Receiving Drills (with glove and bare hand)
o Catch and Throw Drills
o Blocking Drills

Outfielders
o Do or Die Drills
o Routine Fly Balls

Pitchers
o Front Arm Mechanics (strapped on with glove in a normal bullpen)
o Pitchers Fielding Practice

We recommend that infielders train with the Libke Pro daily to get the most out of it. Consistency is very important for athlete’s and especially Baseball and Softball players. The Libke Pro can be used in practices whether it is for one drill or the entire practice.

Progression with the Libke Pro:
• First time using the Libke Pro we recommend that you strap it tightly to the forearm. As the player gets better with their fundamentals and technique, loosen the strap around their forearm to see if they lose their fundamentals or technique. If the player is still performing the correct actions, then have them unstrap it around their forearm but keep it strapped to the glove. If they feel the leather on the back of their forearm as if they had it strapped around their forearm, then they are fielding with the correct technique. It will give the player phenomenal feedback the more it is trained with.