THE MONEY DRILL
LASER BEAM, HEAVY BAT SIDE TOSS
“Top hand side toss is your money drill. Being a left-hit/right-throw guy the following drill helps to improve your weaker top-hand, allowing you to hit up-inside-and-deep pitch locations 500ft; straight down the line with backspin. Take a few rounds of Laser Beam Side Toss, top-hand isolation; using a heavy training bat forcing you to use your core. Personally, I use a 34inch +weighted; Mizuno. You’re strong enough; you can do the same. After you are comfortable with using your core, you can progress to the next steps. Head down at contact and after contact. You can’t keep your head down on the follow through if you unnaturally lift with your arms when hitting the deep ball, you have to use your hips, relax your upper body and use a flatter swing plane.” – Recap: 13/08/2016 10:33 PM. Clinton Balgera to Eric Thames
Money Drill: Laser Beam.
Simple physics lesson to all the "launch angle" experts. Variable 1 + Variable 2 = Result If you're going to chat about launch angles like you're a physics expert, next time take into account the pitch type. Otherwise, you're providing misinformation, and destroying the swings of young players. With this in mind, you'll have to reconsider any hitting methods based on launch angles. Still don't get it? Watch this video to understand more.Clinton Balgera, inventor of Exoprecise Technology, including the Laser Strap thehittingproject.com; shares expert tips for success against dominant fastballs. The same advice provided to our first superstar customer, Eric Thames who bamboozled the baseball world in April 2017; crushing "Laser Beam" home runs against, +95 mph "up-and-inside." Apparently, it's impossible to hit this pitch type; unless you know how to use our Laser Strap. The Money Drill: Laser Beam. Level: Advanced. 1) Bat Type: Weighted training bat. 2) Height: Belt-to-chest. 3) Location: Middle-Inside to inside-corner. 4) Contact Area: deeper. 5) Grip: Shortening grip on the handle. 6) Stance: Spread out, knees pinching inward. 7) Weight Distribution: Inside and front balls of feet. 8) Back Arm: Relaxed and connected to the torso. 9) Front Arm: Resting on back shoulder. 10) Load: Small in turn of the front knee. 11) Swing Circumference: Small. 12) Follow Through: whipping the bat around your torso. 13) Swing Angle: Flatter Buy... https://my.thehittingproject.com/trainers/bat-speed/shop-laser-strap-bat-speed-trainer/ Eric Thames Case Study... https://thehittingproject.com/eric-thames-case-study-money-drill/ Program Download [PDF]... https://thehittingproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/laser-strap-user-manual.pdf - Thanks to Jack Smalpage for participating in the video.Posted by Hit Lasers on Thursday, October 5, 2017
The information shown is a snippet between Clinton Balgera, inventor of Exoprecise Technology (including the Laser Power ST), and Eric Thames, our first pro customer seeking to improve bat speed, power, and precision. Preparing for a return to the big leagues. The information is not an endorsement of our products, by Eric Thames.