Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Brady G.

Written by on September 6, 2017 in Methodology / Mechanics - 1 Comment

Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Brady G.

 

Brady G. has been a long time BR client and has always had a positive attitude that has led him to work very diligently on the Baseball Rebellion concepts. Brady swings with a controlled aggression that has brought him great results thus far in his young baseball career. Brady has recently aged out of the 200 foot fence group and is now competing on fields that are close to high school size. This is where I believe Brady will begin to separate himself from his peers even more than he already has due to his swing efficiency and use of his entire body. Watch the video above to see my breakdown of Brady.

Gabe Dimock – Baseball Rebellion Hitting Instructor

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Gabe Dimock is the 2nd instructor to be certified in Baseball Rebellion and I.T.S. Baseball’s Hitting System. He has worked at Baseball Rebellion since 2013 and in that time has built a solid local reputation as a gifted hitting and catching instructor. Gabe Dimock’s first article was published on BaseballRebellion.com in 2014 and his contribution to lessons and technique has been invaluable since joining the staff. Gabe is the coordinator and head instructor of the I.T.S. Baseball Catching Class, helping develop catching technique behind the plate for kids of all ages. Gabe Dimock played catcher at Appalachian State University with a great story of work ethic and perseverance. Gabe originally started playing for the club baseball team, leading the team to 2 regional berths, the team’s first ever World Series, and earned team MVP his sophomore year. Gabe, then made the varsity team, and started his senior season and was named team MVP. He graduated from Appalachian State University with a B.S. in exercise science. Wish you could learn and train with Gabe Dimock? Now you can by signing up for Baseball Rebellion's Online Hitting Lessons!

One Comment on "Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Brady G."

  1. Steve Black September 19, 2017 at 6:29 pm · Reply

    Gabe – great job with the breakdown and Brady’s swing –

    I have one question on the contact to follow-through area: (I’ve experienced this issue with Chas and I never got to the point of correction, so I’m hoping you can point me in the right direction).

    Brady’s Right shoulder stalls at contact or into contact and I think this stall then causes his hands to fly around his body drastically to the left, It didn’t cause a problem for me because of the consistency and pitching level, but the effect is it shortens the batter’s Area of Contact and therefore his/her ability to hit solid while being slightly late or early.

    Can you comment and if I am right give me direction on the BR approach to correct the stalling of the back shoulder.

    Thanks for all you guys do,
    steve

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