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The Movements that Made The Rebellion – The Rebel’s Rack Revisited

As Baseball Rebellion/Softball Rebellion has grown, we have decided to be more open with the “HOW” of our process instead of just the results.  This, for years, was not the case at BR/SR, as we wouldn’t even let clients film the movement progressions we do with hitters.continue reading

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Switch Hitting…Is it worth it?

In honor of the greatest switch hitter of all time, Chipper Jones, being inducted into the Hall of Fame this past month, I wanted to give my take on switch hitting. Every so often, a parent asks me if I think their son or daughter should switch hit.continue reading

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The Science of Coaching in 3 Easy Steps

Over the past couple of years, I have seen a lot of discussion on how to give the most effective feedback to athletes. In particular, the question of whether internal or external feedback is more effective has been quite polarizing. Although this is the most common debate, there are many other factors to consider when it comes to motor learning such as practice variability and the quantity of feedback.… continue reading

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Twice is Nice: Adam Parzych Wins Miami Power Showcase!

What a year it has been for Adam Parzych at national home run derby events. The Tallahassee native and Baseball Rebellion at Titus Sports Academy client has won both Power Showcases for the 2017 year at the 14U level.  A tremendous, unprecedented accomplishment for an athlete his age.… continue reading

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Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Lauren Chamberlain

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Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown:

Lauren Chamberlain

 


 

Lauren Chamberlain is a current member of the USSSA Pride.  Lauren was a super star at Oklahoma University where she compiled 95 home runs during her time there.  In this video you will see exactly how and why she was one of the best D1 hitters of all time.  … continue reading

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Baseball Rebellion Podcast – Episode 10 – Jacob Cruz

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In this week’s episode of the Baseball Rebellion Podcast, JK and Dave talk about taking high quality practice mechanics into games.  The guys also talk about post game conversations with players and how they respond. The Baseball Rebellion welcomes Jacob Cruz, AA hitting coach for the Chicago Cubs.  
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Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Miguel Sano

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Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown:

Miguel Sano

 

 

Miguel Sano is off to a great start in the 2017 MLB season.  I specifically picked him due to the fact that he has the highest average exit velocity in the big leagues as of right now.  … continue reading

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Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Fred “The Crime Dog” McGriff

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Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown:

Fred McGriff

As most of you know already, I really enjoy going back to look at some of baseball’s all-time great hitters. Fred McGriff played for many teams throughout his career that lasted over two decades. For me Fred McGriff will always be a Brave and I’ll never forget how good those mid 90’s Braves teams where.continue reading

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3 Pre-Game Hitting Routines for 3 Field Scenarios

3 Pre Game Hitting Routines

3 Pre-Game Hitting Routines for 3 Field / Game Scenarios

Recently I had a Baseball Rebellion client come in as he does every week for his hitting lesson. His dad asked me a great question that I am sure many of you parents or coaches have had before.continue reading

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Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Gleybar Torres

Gleybar Torres Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown

Baseball Rebellion Swing Breakdown: Gleybar Torres

For many years, the Chicago Cubs have been building their team around young position players. Many of us know about the young talent that has debuted in the Major Leagues over the past few years including Kris Bryant, Javier Baez, Addison Russell, Jorge Soler, and Kyle Schwarber.continue reading