Baseball Rebellion gives you five stay at home drills for hitting and fielding that can be done anywhere in the house! Don’t let your training fall behind.
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While most of our country is safe at home during this time, we wanted to give some drills that can be done easily inside. We will continue posting these drills across our various social media platforms and on our website as well. If you have a drill that you're doing at home send it to email@example.com and we will highlight it in one of our "Stay at Home" series!
Right-handed throwers who hit left-handed are valuable because of their ability to play multiple positions and also hit left-handed. But, being a bottom-hand dominant hitter can cause bat path issues. If this sounds like you, give this drill a try! 👍⚾https://t.co/A55y2mWXri pic.twitter.com/OrPNTu4n1q
— Baseball Rebellion (@BRrebellion) March 31, 2020
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The hands 👋 don't hit the ball, the barrel does. Understand proper extension and when it happens to allow the barrel to move appropriately. Grab a band and give this a shot! ⚾ . . . . . #baseball #jointherebellion #hitting #hittingdrills #mlb #softball #baseballlife #blastmotion #baseballdad #softballdrills #baseballmom #baseballdrills #baseballislife #baseballplayers #dodamage #hittingdrills #baseballism #hittingpost #hittingcoach #rackbat #hittrax #youthbaseball #rebelsrack #launchangle #hittingpost #launchangletee #softballrebellion
Pick up a broomstick and learn to turn the bat properly. This drill will help you accelerate ⛽the barrel instead of your hands creating not only more bat speed, but proper bat speed. Grab a broom and give it a try! 👍https://t.co/oXcrysjinE pic.twitter.com/OcKSBsMP8K
— Baseball Rebellion (@BRrebellion) April 3, 2020