Category Archives for Increase Hard Contact

What’s wrong with this swing?

We all know tee drills are great for working on specific skills. However, if you are practicing poor mechanics and don’t have a game like mentally it becomes wasted practice.   As you can see, a fancy pre-swing can only get you so far… and in all reality looks embarrassing with such a lead up […]

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Parents: Read This If Your Son or Daughter Lacks Power

How These 3 Bat Speed Training Secrets Can Get Your Child Swinging With More Power in 30 Days Or Less – Without Spending Thousands On Hitting Lessons That You Aren’t Even Sure Will Work… – Without Having To “Hope & Pray” Their Travel Coaches Will “Figure It Out” – Without Having To Listen To The […]

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The Extra 7 Feet: Picking The Ball Up As Soon As Possible

Many Young Hitters Are Letting Meatball Fastballs Go By For Easy Strikes For One Big Reason Many young hitters let meatball fastballs go by for easy strikes for one big reason;  They are not picking the ball up early enough out of the pitcher’s hand. When the hitter does not pick the ball up early enough then […]

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11 Ways to Improve Your Power & Bat Speed

In this post you’ll find 11 different exercises that will help your son or daughter improve their power and bat speed.  Many young hitters struggle to generate bat speed because they do not understand how to use their body the correct way or train their body to produce the bat speed needed to compete at […]

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Does Your Hitter Have Slow Bat Speed?

  Many Young Hitters Across The United States Are Failing To Generate High Bat Speed For One Big Reason The truth is that most young hitters who struggle to generate bat speed are typically 2-3 swing tweaks away from adding an extra 4-5 MPH, in some cases 10 MPH, to their swing. Most hitters don’t […]

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How to Hit the Baseball Hard More Consistently

The best hitters in the game hit the ball hard on a consistent basis. Hitting the ball hard every so often doesn’t make you a great hitter. Being able to consistently hit the ball hard at the heart of what makes a great hitter. Here’s a simple and easy drill you can use to help […]

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Baseball Hitting Timing: The Front Foot Doesn’t Need To Get Down Early

In case you missed it, Robinson Cano hammered a 1-1 slider off Wade Davis in the 10th inning to put the AL team ahead 2-1.Here’s what you can take away from Cano’s Homer.1.  The Front Foot Doesn’t NEED To Be On The Ground at Release PointGetting the front foot down when the pitcher is at […]

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Is The Problem Timing or Mechanics?

The Slow Walk Back To The Dugout   When a hitter is struggling it’s incredibly frustrating. Weak roll overs, lazy fly balls, strikeouts… And worst of all… The meatball pitch that gets fouled straight back. After the meatball foul off the hitter, coach and parent are thinking… “That was the one.” The one that would […]

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