How Does the Hitter’s Front Side Effect His Swing?

Learning how to get weight shift back to the front hip will ensure that the player continues to have a power hip thrust and stability. Along with more power, the hitter will have the “pause button” ready in case of unexpected off speed pitches.

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Robinson Cano: Blind Case Study

By popular demand, Chas Pippitt uses Robinson Cano’s super swing as a Case Study to see if the Baseball Hitting Rebellion Blog information holds up under fire. That’s right, Chas uses video of Cano’s swing he’s NEVER seen before and you’ll have to see whether Chas gets DEBUNKED…

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How to Fix NOT Seeing the Ball: The HeadRight HeadLight Drill

I’m going to tell you that when talking to Johnny Narron, Josh Hamilton’s personal hitting coach, he told me that he thinks the difference between the truly great hitters like Josh, A-Rod, ManRam, Bonds, Mays…the list goes on, from an all-star player was ‘two feet of vision’ during a pitched ball. Read more…

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Keep 4 Things in the Swing Deep, and Watch the Balls Fly!

Discover what having a “4 Deep” swing can do for fixing such a common hitting flaw as lunging. Use this simple drill to join the swing technique ranks of some of the greatest hitters in the game today like Jose Bautista, Manny Ramirez, Joe Mauer, and King Albert!

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WARNING!! Down & Through Hitting Mechanics EQUALS Down in the Lineup

It is often said that swinging “down and through” the ball generates backspin. Coaches for years have been telling hitters to hit the top of the ball to make the ball go farther. Another common queue from coaches is to ‘go the the ball’, or ‘hit it out front.’ These statements are false. They are myths, and they ruin hitters. Read more…

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Anchoring the Back Foot & Hip Thrust: Why YOUR Swing Won’t Succeed Without It

Lower Body Mechanics: The Foundation of the Swing

The lower body swings the bat. Many coaches under appreciate this fact. They teach hitting from the top down, emphasizing the hands, the hands, the hands…

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