Hit Lasers Laser Strap Power Hitting Drill

Improve Baseball Power Swing • Hitting Guide • Power Hitting Aids

POWER HITTING AIDS

The flexible and comfortable design means you can wear the Laser Strap power swing trainer for your entire batting practice and use with any hitting drill! There are 3 main types of Laser Strap Drills, training you to all types of pitches for power.

  1. Laser Blast: Explosive core drills. Both arms inside your Laser Power Swing Trainer.
  2. Laser Whip: Powerful extension drills. Back arm inserted, improving power with extended contact zones.
  3. Top hand and bottom hand isolation drills to improve rotational hitting mechanics.

Laser Strap Drill Type: Higher Resistance Laser Blast

Set Up: Both arms inserted inside your Laser Strap

Training: Power and bat speed for fastball batting mechanics

Arms Inserted
Both

Tension Level
Medium to Strong

Arm Band Placement
Just above your elbow

Laser Strap
Directly below your chest

Lock-in Clip
Middle of your back

Improves

High ball hitting

Top-hand power

Rotational mechanics

Hands-inside-the-ball swing mechanics

Hitting the inside fastball

Batter’s eye

Game day confidence

Prevents

Casting with a long swing

Reaching and lunging

Dipping and pulling off

Striking out

Fastball Mechanics Set Up

Both arms inside your hitting aid

Spread out stance

Hands at top of strike zone

Back elbow close to body

Swing Path

Short and powerful

Follow Through

2-handed grip all the way through

Short and flat plane

Don’t alter the natural path by lifting

Basic Drills

Ordered easiest to hardest:

Tee drill

Side toss

Front toss

Regular Batting Practice

Intrasquad hitting

Basic Contact Zone 

Height: Mid-thigh to chest high

Location: Middle to inside

Deep: Hit the ball as it arrives close to or over home plate

Baseball Swing Trainer
clint@hitlasers.com

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.