This is a great hitting drill to develop and hone hand-eye coordination.
This drill trains hitters to swing through the point of contact and hit for more power. Try creating a progression from your lightest ball to your heaviest (i.e.. volleyball, soccer ball, basketball). Then have the hitter take 5 swings with a normal baseball and feel the difference.
This drill works on developing a full swing. In this drill, the farther the tee is tossed the better. You want the batter to be taking powerful but fundamentally sound swings.
This drill teaches your batters to hit the curveball by making sure the batter is going into trigger stride position and then waiting on the ball and hitting it as it is coming down.
This drill focuses on hitting the ball to specific field locations, as hitters learn to adjust their stance to hit the ball to the pull side or opposite field.
This is a great drill that builds bat control and pitch awareness by teaching the batter to be making "a perfect swing" - it should be smooth, with bat lag, still head and a vertical axis of rotation.
In this hitting drill, the batter works on moving body forward during swing, feeling resistance and following through.
The stride box helps player keep foot closed and maintain a firm front side. In this drill, batters work through their progressions with a focus on proper body placement and fundamentals.
One of the biggest problems of young batters is a tendency to lead with the hands. To the naked eye, it looks as if all the power in a baseball
As a coach, I spend alot of time showing my players the importance of building their swing from the ground up. And while the lower body and torso are the most
Welcome to our hitting workout complete with baseball drills, fundamentals, and techniques that you need to become a better hitter. Bat Behind the Back Baseball Drill Hitting begins below the waist, and
In today's video blog post, we are demonstrating some awesome baseball hitting drills for gaining strength and speed in your hitting swing. From taking the ball to the opposite side
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
What is Bat Speed? Bat Speed: Bat speed is measured in miles per hour (MPH) and considers only the highest speed of the bat head (peak ve locity) through the hitting
There are numerous exercises for baseball hitter conditioning. In today's video blog post, I am sharing some excellent drills that incorporate tubing, which can be used to check that