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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.
JK Whited breaks down THREE key phases of Javy Baez’s swing and how you can learn from him for help creating the engine to your swing.
Think of a hitting flaw you’ve heard of. Now, what do you think is one of the most common flaws? Over and over when our highest level clients come into…
The season is here and those cage swings that you’ve been grinding on all off-season are ready to be put to the test. Often the most issues at this time of year stem from timing. Whether early or late, timing is often the last skill to be tuned up at the beginning of the year.
Every coach, instructor or parent that has ever worked in baseball has dealt with a hitter ”spinning off”. If it’s so common and has been dealt with so often, why is it still around? Here is what no one is saying about “spinning off”.
It is hard for hitters to feel their backside working to the ball. With the front arm constraint drill the hitter only has one way to turn, behind the ball
The front shoulder flying open is one of the biggest mistakes hitters make. Check out two cues you can use to help your hitters stay on the ball longer
It is the start of the season and you need your practices to be smooth and efficient. And you know that is not possible if you don’t have a good batting practice thrower.
When it comes to teaching young hitters the correct way to hit it can get a little frustrating depending on how young and how well they can stay focused. Some coaches think that getting “technical” with young hitters is a waste of time. I personally couldn’t disagree more. The goal for young hitters is to build a strong base through the right movements and then build off of that.