DC Area Camps and Clinics

UpdatedFriday February 3, 2017 byNWLL Admin.

The Washington, D.C region provides a variety of baseball, fitness and other sports related training opportunities year round.  A component of our Skills and Resources section is to connect players and families with other opportunities to improve, build confident and enjoy the game.  

Our updated list includes winter Opportunities - please contact the affiliated program directly with questions for more information or look for registration opportunities with NWLL Skills Program.

NWLL LL Winter Clinics:

2017 Baseball Batting Advanced - Winter Hitting

Facilitated by: Coach Pete Robinson (NWLL Skill's Director and REPETITIONS II BASEBALL, Founder) 
For All Players: Ages 11 - 18 

2017 Baseball Batting Basics - Winter Hitting

NWLL & REPETITIONS BASEBALL - WINTER BASEBALL HITTING TRAINING: Facilitated by: Coach Pete Robinson (NWLL's Skills Director) 
For All Players (T-Ball), (AA), (AAA), (Majors) & (Prep/Senior's) Levels. 

Affiliated Camps and Clinics

Take a look at a sample of clinics and camps in your area from our affiliated programs.  Please see organizations web site for details.

Dynamic Kids Camps 

​January Advanced Baseball Clinics 


Who: Serious Ballplayers Grades 4-8
When: Saturdays, January 7th - February 11th
Where: St. Albans School 

DC Dynasty Winter Clinics

11-14U Athletic Performance & Arm Care Camp (

Saturdays (2-3:30pm)

November 12th, 19th, 26th, December 3rd, 10th, & 17th (10:30-Noon)

7-8U Rookie Skills Camp

Saturdays (9-10:30am)

Dec. 31st, Jan. 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th, February 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th (Make-up date)

9-10U Little League Skills Camp

Sundays (9-10:30am)

January 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, February 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th (Make-up date)

11-12U Little League Skills Camp

Saturdays (11-12:30pm)

Dec. 31st, Jan. 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th, February 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th (Make-up date)

11-12U Little League Skills Camp


Win Within Baseball


Win Within believes that the winter is a time for improving fundamentals, cleaning up mechanics, and getting tons of reps to prepare for the upcoming spring season.  In our high energy environment with a great player to coach ratio, our coaching staff will help your ballplayer make adjustments to his/her swing in our inflatable batting cage, throwing mechanics, and defensive techniques.  We will also make sure your ballplayer leaves with a number of drills that can be done at home, without a coach.  In addition to skill work, we will have a certified personal trainer in attendance to work on speed and agility because better athletes make better ballplayers.

All clinics are held at Georgetown Day School Lower/Middle on Sundays, January 8-March 5.  Holiday Weekends (MLK & Presidents), will be held on Mondays at St. Albans School.  Please join us for a great winter of baseball!

11 & UNDER, 2:15-3:45PM

12U - 14U, 3:45-5:15PM


A smaller hitting clinic in the auditorium of the Chevy Chase Community Center (5601 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20015).  We will set up our inflatable batting cage for front toss, nets for tee work, and use medicine balls for strength training.  Each session is open to 8 hitters.

There will be three sessions on Wednesdays: 6:15-7:05pm, 7:05-7:55pm, 7:55-8:45pm.  The odd times are to accommodate other events at the community center and cage setup/breakdown.  The clinic will run from January 11-March 1. Any age ballplayer is welcome at any clinic.

SESSION 1 - (6:15-7:05PM)

SESSION 2 - (7:05-7:55PM)

SESSION 3 - (7:55-8:45PM)


This clinic will be held on Tuesday nights, 6-7pm and 7-8pm, in the Chevy Chase Community Center (5601 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20015).  Each session is open to 8 pitchers.  The clinic will run from January 17-February 28.  This is for players 13U and below.  If you have a 14U ballplayer that is interested, please send me an email to discuss.  

Players will go through a series of drills with the purpose of creating healthy throwing mechanics.  Many young pitchers have mechanical flaws that impact balance, and more importantly, put unnecessary stress on their elbows and shoulders.  Players will throw into nets and to catchers/coaches. While most parents want to see their ballplayer throwing pitches to a catcher, we want to first make sure mechanics are sound.  We don't want players to learn to throw strikes with poor mechanics, instead we want them to learn proper mechanics first, without a catcher, and then introduce the catcher once they have a strong foundation.  Players will also use bands, medicine balls, and do core strengthening exercises.  It will be run by two former college pitchers.

SESSION 1 - (6-7PM)

SESSION 2 - (7-8PM)