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Front Leg

Get Off Your Backside and Stride Properly with the Long Stride Drill

The Long Stride Drill is great for hitters who get stuck on their back leg. It helps control when to load and the tempo that their body moves in the stride.

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Front Leg Force- Directional Depth Leap

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.

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Should a Hitter Get his Front Foot Down Early? Baseball Rebellion Investigates.

Should a Hitter Get His Front Foot Down Early? Baseball Rebellion Investigates. Here at Baseball Rebellion, we like to say “The Swing IS The Turn”. When we coach our hitters…

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Why Starting Early May Be the Best Change A Hitter Can Make

Why Starting Early May be The Best Change a Hitter Can Make There is a familiar saying that time is money. While this is certainly true in life, it is…

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Baseball Rebellion Links Front Side Injuries to Swing Mechanics

The vast majority of injury discussion surrounding baseball involves pitching and throwing mechanics due to the alarming Tommy John epidemic. For more on this click here to see Justin Orenduff’s…

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Should a Hitter Get his Front Foot Down Early when Hitting? Baseball Rebellion Investigates.

I’ve been known to say “The Swing IS The Turn” when I coach my hitters and most of what we spend our first few months of our program on is learning…

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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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