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How can your ribs and breathing technique allow you to be a better hitter? Check out how our breathing affects our power in the swing.
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.
Staying connected in the swing is vital for a hitter’s success. Cast your hands and barrel in your swing can result in poor contact and consistency when hitting. Oftentimes hitters mindlessly hit off the tee thinking they are getting better. With this simple drill, you can make sure you are staying connected better and improve your bat path to the ball.
Want to learn how to repeat a powerful swing? It all starts on how you practice in the cage and how that transition to BP and live game at-bats.
Check out the 2nd installment of Baseball Rebellion’s at home hitting drills!
Check out the MLB Prospect Series. Learn what these top prospects do well and what they can improve on as they head into the 2020 baseball season.
If you are struggling with arm bar in the swing check out three drills that can help you fix it as well as ways the front arm benefits the bat path.
Stop your front shoulder flying open by learning how to load properly and maximize your bat speed and power. Check out one drill to help fix this!
Athletes looking for something to do while stuck at the house? Look no further. Here are the 3 skills you can improve at the house with little equipment needed.
Check out Bo Bichette and how he uses his lower half to create power without being super physical. His dynamic lower half helps him achieve this.
Learn how loading into your back hip in your stride can create more torque in your swing and help you hit the ball harder and farther with more consistency.
Everyone knows that arm health and velocity are two important factors for all ball players, but too often we only reference them from the pitcher’s perspective