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About Baseball RebellionBaseball Rebellion:

Baseball Rebellion is dramatically changing the methodology of hitting and pitching instruction throughout America. Utilizing slow motion video analysis, physics, and exercise and sports science, Baseball Rebellion offers the most advanced research and training programs for Baseball and Softball. Baseball Rebellion, offers the ability to train and take lessons from the best instructors, with the most current, and scientifically proven, information in baseball, FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. Through Baseball Rebellion’s online pitching and hitting lesson programs, Baseball Rebellion can teach any age or ability level the most efficient and healthy movement patterns for pitching and/or hitting. Baseball Rebellion also publishes their knowledge and research in articles on baseballrebellion.com. Whether it is discussing the effect of certain drills or other hitting products, to video analysis of the best players in the game, Baseball Rebellion always is looking at new ways to view and perfect the difficult aspects in the game of baseball and softball, and share our findings with you. Like us on Facebook, and Follow us on Twitter @BR_REBEL.


About Baseball Rebellion: Chas PippittChas Pippitt:

Chas Pippitt is the founder of Baseball Rebellion, and creator of the Baseball Rebellion/I.T.S. Baseball Hitting System. Chas has invented three hitting products, the Drive DeveloperRebel’s Rack, and the Bat Drag Busterwhich are currently used in 49 states and internationally in 10 countries. When not working on articles or doing online lessons for Baseball Rebellion, Chas Pippitt is the owner and head hitting instructor at I.T.S. Baseball, where he does in person lessons and all of the research used for Baseball Rebellion. Chas has done over 14,000 lessons, and that practical experience has given him the unique ability to develop powerful and adjustable hitters, using his proprietary drills and special ability to explain and improve hitting techniques to hitters of all ages through video. For any questions about the Rebel’s Rack, Drive Developer, Baseball Rebellion, or I.T.S. Baseball; Email Chas Pippitt at, [email protected] or Follow Chas on Twitter @ChasPippitt_BR.



About Baseball Rebellion: Justin OrenduffJustin “Duff” Orenduff:

Justin Orenduff was a Freshman All-American at GW University before transferring to VCU where he earned all American Honors. In the summer of 2003, Justin was selected to the USA National Team where he pitched alongside Jared Weaver and Justin Verlander. Justin was then drafted 33rd overall by the LA Dodgers.  After retiring from the Dodgers in 2009, Justin Orenduff returned to VCU where he earned his B.S. in Business Management. Justin has dedicated himself to educating the masses about the pitfalls and dangers of misguided and misinformed training techniques and create efficient, sustainable, and healthy deliveries for all ages. Justin Orenduff authors Baseball Rebellions Pitching Blog and is the lead pitching instructor at ITS Baseball, Baseball Rebellions research facility. Follow Justin on Twitter @JustinOrenduff.



About Baseball Rebellion: JK WhitedJK Whited:

JK Whited is the 1st instructor to be certified in Baseball Rebellion and I.T.S. Baseball’s Hitting System. JK has done over 7,000 lessons since 2008 at I.T.S. Baseball, the training/research facility for Baseball Rebellion. JK Whited works alongside Chas Pippitt, everyday, to create the most current techniques and drills to improve hitters at any age. JK had a stand out career at UNC-Asheville, where he started 4 years behind the plate, and was a captain his junior and senior year. As a junior, JK was on the watch-list for the Johnny Bench Award, the best catcher in college baseball.




About Baseball Rebellion: Gabe DimockGabe Dimock:

Gabe Dimock is an I.T.S. Baseball hitting system certified, hitting instructor and the 2nd Catching Instructor at I.T.S. Baseball. Gabe Dimock played catcher at Appalachian State University with a great story of work ethic and perseverance. Gabe originally started playing for the club baseball team, leading the team to 2 regional berths, the team’s first ever World Series, and earned team MVP his sophomore year. Gabe, then made the varsity team, and started his senior season and was named team MVP. He graduated from Appalachian State University with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science.




About Baseball Rebellion: Will FoxWill Fox:

Will’s passion is injury prevention and optimization of the body for sport. Will Fox graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2010 with a BA in Exercise and Sport Science. Will Fox is a Muscle Activation Technique Specialist (MATCS) and also holds certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES). Not only is Will pursuing a mastery level certification in Muscle Activation Techniques, but he is currently enrolled in the second year of a master’s program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a concentration in Exercise Physiology which will be completed in December of 2013. Most of his research work revolves around finding ways to optimize and sustain the shoulder of the overhead athlete. Prior to his tenure at UNC, Will played baseball collegiately at Wingate University for 2 years before shoulder and back injuries ended his career. Will Fox now has taken the knowledge he learned as a player, combined with an extensive understanding of the human body, and re-directed it towards maximizing athletic performance while maintaining player health.


I.T.S. Baseball

I.T.S. Baseball:

I.T.S. Baseball is the Research/Training Facility for Baseball Rebellion, Located in Hillsborough, NC. Chas Pippitt, Justin Orenduff , JK Whited, and Will Fox work with clients, do research, and write for Baseball Rebellion at our in person location, I.T.S. Baseball. While our online lesson techniques are extremely effective, we have had clients fly in from over 17 different states to work in person with Chas, Justin, JK, and Will.  Visit www.itsbaseball.net for more information.