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JK Whited of Baseball Rebellion breaks down the difference between what is vital in hitting and what is considered to be important when it comes to the swing.
Recently, the heel plan of the back leg and keeping it planted as long as possible has become a hot topic here a baseball rebellion. Eric and I specifically have gone back and forth on the best ways to teach it and get hitters to ‘feel it’. My favorite way and the fastest way we’ve found is the toes off the ground drill.
In the world of hitting certain words can invoke certain movements, good and bad. It’s not really the words that matter as much but how the individual athlete interprets those words and how they manifest those words into a particular movement.
Many hitters seem to hit well in the cage but not in games. It comes down to how the hitter trains their pitch selection and most importantly their adjustability. By simply doing front toss with a twist you can change how a hitter adjusts from pitch to pitch.
JK Whited’s Mental Marker Series- Separation If you don’t know already, a players ability to separate correctly is vital to their success as a rotational athlete. In today’s Mental Marker…
JK Whited’s Mental Marker Series- Chest & Shoulder Rotation Have you ever wondered how much or how little your shoulders and chest should be rotated at contact? Well, I’m here…
Learn how you can become a better hitter during your season and see the drills we use daily here at BRHQ to help our hitters improve their timing.
Baseball Rebellion CEO, Chas Pippitt, talks about how to find the best launch angle based on the hitter’s exit velocity and how to avoid fielders so you can get on base!
Baseball Rebellion Hitting Approach: “Gap OR Gap“ not “Gap TO Gap” The other night during a ‘fly in’ lesson, I was working with an outfielder from a top 25 school. He’s……
JK Whited of BR discusses the Top 5 Ways Players Get Worse From Team Practice and what coaches can do to make their practices more effective!
Drill This, Not That: Timing Drills Seen above, the countdown drill is used to teach a hitter to be quick to the ball as well as be able to…
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…