Baseball Hitting Aids

Where To Start Your Hands • Hitting Stance • Tips • Coaching • Baseball • Softball

The closer your hands start to your body's center, the easier it is to hit a dominant fastball. The further away, the easier it is to hit a hanging breaking ball.

High Elbow

Baseball Hitting Aids

Best setup for slower pitches

Mid-To-Low Elbow

Bat Speed Hitting Aids

Best setup for faster pitches


  • Start in a place, allowing you to get to the ball on time.
  • When facing a dominant fastball pitcher, the best spot to start your hands is close to your back shoulder.
  • The closer your hands start your body’s center, the less chance of error during your “loading up” phase.
  • Avoid “consciously loading” with your hands, as they naturally separate from your body.

Baseball Swing Trainer

Clinton Balgera is the inventor of Exoprecise, the technology powering our baseball swing trainer and founder of the Multi-Swing Method. Over 20 years of international hitting experience, 6 years in the USA, 7 years in Italy, and Australia. Career highlights include MVP of the NJCAA 2 World Series, a full scholarship to the University of Indianapolis, and MVP of the Australian Baseball League.