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Over rotation of the back foot in the baseball swing can cause hitters to be inconsistent with their bat path. Learn how you can help correct it today.
If you are tired of seeing inconsistent contact at the plate check out this drill to help prevent your hips from sliding forward and turn with more power.
A lot of coaches teach knob to the ball. This does somewhat happen but not as drastic as some hitting coaches make it. Here is one drill to help this cue.
Ready to start hitting better in-season and not just in practice? Check out how you can learn to practice better while still playing!
Oftentimes when a hitter is late the first thing a coach will say is get your foot down and wait. This is not something you want to do and will actually make you even later. Learn how to create better rhythm and timing in your swing by staying fluid.
Different athletes require different cues and drills to help them learn. Each day we post a different drill that was used in lessons to help a certain hitter achieve the change they are looking for
How do you handle constructive criticism by your coaches? Learn how being more coachable will allow you to better your talents as an athlete.
Stop Rolling Over and Increase Extension in the Swing The Insider Bat is an extremely popular training aid. Tens of thousands of people have purchased this hitting tool. Unfortunately, in…
Learn how the Direction Drill can help hitters stop hooking balls foul and drive more balls to the gaps which leads to more extra base hits and more runs!
Creating Max Hip and Shoulder Separation “Hip and Shoulder Separation” is a “buzz” phrase used in the baseball world commonly and is extremely important. I wanted to get into something…
Many hitters of all ages do not always get to the best position when their front foot lands. Keeping the body loaded throughout the stride is crucial for hitters to truly perform their best. With this “Pump fake check drill” you will help your hitters gain more awareness of where they actually have to be when their front foot gets down.
Cues about stepping in the bucket or striding in have been shouted at hitters for years. Yet when we turn on an MLB game you will see hitters with multiple different directions of strides. So what allows the best hitters in the world to step in the bucket or across their body and still be successful?