Why “getting your foot down early” is NOT a good substitute for timing. Learning how to shift your weight into the ball is the only solution you should be satisfied with.
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There are dozens of things that can go wrong when trying to teach timing and it takes a mentor and a diagnostician who can analyze, diagnose and create action steps It’s not a linear progression as you grow and mature as a hitter. You don’t improve 1-2% a week, no matter how hard you work […]
All great hitters let the ball travel to their spot at the depth where they’re most comfortable letting it travel to so they can crush it! Then they ambush the ball [offensively – not a counter punch], like a sniper! A while back at Yankee Stadium when I was up in the owner’s box, Robinson […]
It’s every mother and fathers’ wish to see their son or daughter have success as a hitter in baseball/softball. One of the more exciting happenings is when our kids show some power when they’re hitting. To most players, their experience feels random because as they search their knowledge base, everything they know about hitting sets them […]
Question: Which approach (top half or bottom half) puts your body and posture in the most advantageous position? Answer: Top half…If all you knew about your approach was top half or bottom half, TOP HALF would be a better approach. Approaching the top half would literally give you the higher ground (The I’m gonna kick […]
You don’t have a Talent Problem you have a mindset problem I’m sure you’ve watched a hitter and wished you had their talent… You look at them and see the finished product, but you don’t see all the hard work, the trial and error, and refinement process that goes into learning to rehearse your best […]