MEET SONDI MUNOZ
Early in life I discovered my love for the game of softball. My journey began at age 10 which was late compared to my peers. As I began playing, I was in awe at how fast I was able to get the ball to move. I quickly realized I had a God given talent in my arm. At this early age, speed and consistency rarely go hand in hand. It wasn’t until I combined my talent with a specific technique that I was able to realize the true art of pitching.
I come from a family of baseball and softball players. I am born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and graduated from Eldorado High School. I received scholarships to Trinidad State Junior College and West Texas A & M and pitched at the collegiate level for 3 years before sustaining a career ending injury. I received my bachelors degree in exercise science and have developed a proprietary technique of pitching mechanics to support balanced kinetic arm movements. For the past decade, I have been privately coaching girls to effectively pitch, hit, catch and field as well as helping them sharpen their thinking skills while competing on the field.
Currently, I do my best to balance between mom life, wife, all things softball, and continuing to scale my business. I have two beautiful children and I’m married to the most supportive husband. Most likely just like you I want my children to find “that thing” or “that coach” who lights them up like a lightning bug. I strive to not only be a skill based softball coach but also a mentor. Young girls will go through several stages of growth and their softball journey can teach them life lessons.
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WHAT ELITE SOFTBALL ALUMNI AND CLIENTS ARE SAYING
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“Sondi is hands down the best and toughest coach I have ever had! She has an incredible gift of noticing exactly what is going wrong. She never tried to change my pitching to fit a certain mold, but worked with my abilities to make me a stronger athlete! Sondi taught me how to be mentally strong on the mound and at the plate. I owe nearly all of my high school and college success to her!”