John Robinson

CEO - Sports Trainer
 
Bachelor of Science – Entrepreneur 15+ Years. Owner and partner in several companies within Healthcare Data Analytics, Information Technology, and Sports Training. With a diverse and successful business track record and an athletic background, John is responsible for managing all aspects of business oversight including finance, marketing, sales, strategic developments, and customer relations; also for overseeing the BAT Performance Data Analytics division.

John has over 30 years of athletic experience playing various sports at many levels. From growing up in the Bronx playing in the highly competitive Throggs Neck Little League earning several appearances on the All-Star teams seeking that Little League World Series title, John ended up playing high school baseball in a powerhouse program at Mahopac High School; trained by one of the most well respected coaching staffs in the Tri-State. John went off to play different levels of collegiate baseball starting at Westchester Community College, then Division-1 college baseball at Pace University, and finally his last year achieving All Conference honors at St. Thomas Aquinas; leading the Spartans to a league championship by defeating long time titan Dominican college, pitching a complete game effort in the final season game.

John featured a mid to upper 80s fastball, specializing in the art of pitching, with fastball movement, devastating breaking balls and precise control. He was also well-regarded in college for fielding abilities and baseball IQ. Now he trains with an emphasis on balance and fluidity, touching upon the mental, physical, and emotional aspects of each athlete.

John has been part of many men’s adult baseball teams including numerous competitive travel programs and has also participated in semi-professional football programs with the Westchester Steelers and Ossining Legion. John is a former 2-time Strikeout King of the WRWBL baseball league and Sportsman of The Year, he has also won 4 flag football championships in the competitive leagues of Long Island. He currently coaches little league baseball in Somers, and through BAT, John has evaluated and trained over 150 youth athletes in various sports around the area.