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MLB Hitters Back Foot Stays Sideways To Stay On The Ball

The best hitters use the position of their back foot to anchor their approach and help them stay on the ball. They still get off their back side getting their weight into the ball but it's a little more conservative when you stay sideways. Hitting…
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Exposing Our Hitting Myths Using The Scientific Method

  I was at an autograph signing with other former MLB players, engaged in a conversation about how we all carried "myths" with us into our MLB careers. For the most part, we all mastered the correct timing and kinesthetic feel for our…
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Getting The Weight Shift Right With The Swish Stick

The weight shift is a critical component for the MLB hitter. The transfer or weight shift is what initiates your swing through the timing phase.
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Folding and Unfolding Your Swing Levers Efficiently

For all developing hitters’, it’s critical that they learn how the swing levers operate. One way to understand this process is by learning a technique for folding and unfolding the levers.  This folding and unfolding technique is seen plain…
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Q & A Thursday with Matt Nokes 9-18 Replay

Another great night of questions. This weeks show I gave you some hitting drills you can use. Please go here if you would like to leave a voice mail question on my site. It will go directly to my inbox. Sign up here to be notified of upcoming shows if you would like to join us live next time.