BASEBALL HITTING FAULTS

Common Baseball Hitting Faults & Drills To Correct Tracking

Pitch-tracking and visual concentration are essential skills for baseball hitting at all levels of the game. The act of tracking the ball from the release of the pitcher’s hand to the plate is difficult and a skill that needs to be practiced! Of all the terminology that is thrown around baseball, one saying that makes…

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Baseball Hitting Drill for Power: Stride, Backside & Hands

No stride soft toss or no stride tee work or batting cage work is a great way to allow hitters to concentrate on the hitting faults of backside or head jumping, by alleviating the stride. If the hitter does not stride, their head has more of a tendency to stay still and they will be…

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Tips for the Perfect Hitting Stance! (PLUS Video Drill!)

Today, we are sharing some tips to achieving the perfect hitting stance, as well as an awesome mirror drill that you can use to ensure you are executing proper hitting stance mechanics. When you’re talking about hitting, your stance is the only part of the swing that the pitcher does not have impact upon. Pitchers…

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Baseball Pitching & Disrupting the Timing of the Hitter

The hardest part about hitting a baseball isn’t mechanics, it’s timing. By altering the speed of the pitch, a baseball pitcher can disrupt a hitter’s timing, leading to more strike outs. In today’s video tutorial, we share some excellent tips for teaching your young pitchers how to successfully alter their pitching speed and throw off…

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One Hop Throwing Drill To Help Get The Arm Up

In this video blog post, we are demonstrating throwing techniques and an awesome throwing drill that focuses on the glove and what to do with the arms during the pitch, and share some great tips on how to get the throwing arm up on top properly during the pitch. Working with the Front Arm &…

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