One of the biggest problems when trying to create a good practice environment for youth players is keeping them focused for the entirety of the practice time. One of the best ways to help keep your youth players interested and focused is to implement some fun and basic drills. We’ll take a look at three drills youth players can do to help their bat path, rhythm, and power at the plate, while having fun and staying focused.
Baseball Rebellion’s on-site physical therapist Gabe Dimock takes you through common causes for throwing-related injuries and how to prevent them!
The front arm is crucial to keeping any swing properly connected. JK shows how to use this one arm drill to keep from pulling off the ball and stay connected.
JK Whited takes you through a four month swing transformation with one of his online softball clients. Drills included!
Eric Tyler describes how Baseball Rebellion uses the split grip drill to help improve both barrel direction and bat path.
Chas and staff have truly done an amazing job with transforming the hitting philosophy today! We began watching YouTube videos several years ago and instantly fell in love with what they teach. We were fortunate to go (from Minnesota) there last March and hit with both Chas and Tyler. Amazing experience! We’re sold!! We’ll be back this winter!
Tom M. (Fly In Client From Minnesota)