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Adding the Half Turn Drill into your hitting routine can help you increase barrel awareness which can lead to more hard hit line drives and extra base hits.
If your hitters are struggling to hit the outside pitch check out one drill that can help them stay on the ball longer and drive the ball the other way.
Learn proper swing direction, hit more line drives, and stop pulling off pitches by integrating the Angled Tee Drill into your tee routine.
Need a drill to do indoors? Check out the lastest BR Winter Series for a drill on how to work on keeping a bent front arm throughout the swing.
Hitters need to use their legs to produce force. Check out the Directional Depth Leap drill to help hitters understand force direction using their front leg.
Looking for an off-season tee work progression routine? BR Premium writer, John Lampros, gives three tee drills you can practice this off-season.
Every hitter has been told they need separation in order to be a better hitter. Learn exactly how separation occurs and what you can do to practice it today
If your hitter struggled to make contact to all fields last season check out our version of the 3 tee drill series & how it can help them develop a consistent bat path
Stuck indoors hitting for the Winter? JK’s Winter Series will give you drills you can do almost anywhere in your home. Check out this week’s new drill!
Learn how isolating your upper body during hitting drills can help improve your hitters side bend and make them more consistent hard contact hitters.
The Banded Slot Drill is designed to help hitters understand what happens in the initial start of the swing & how early connection helps consistent contact.