“Knowing, the pitcher delivers multiple pitch-types, why does the hitter train, one hitting method? Presenting our groundbreaking, Multi-Swing Method; hitting mechanics for the 3-dimensional contact zone (height-depth-breadth). Coaching, players to hit for a high batting average, and big-boy power; to all fields. Training our Multi-Swing Method is your decision; our Laser Power ST morphs to your body/mechanics, therefore, you can hit your way.”
All hitting methods fall under the top level category of time, and distance, more specifically; distance from your body at contact. Your swing path is dependent on pitch location, velocity, and movement. High, low, extended, deep, inside, outside; ball dropping, sliding, and so on. Additionally, your reaction time, body type, swing movement, and style. Therefore, distance and the time it takes to get to the action point is the top-level category for hitting, superseding the subcategory mechanics; for the importance of the event.
Coaching the mechanics, hitting any pitch, in any location; the Multi-Swing Method identifies the critical role of the top-hand, making contact closer to your body. Conversely, the bottom-hand, making contact away/extension.
During the past “big league” coaches, teach a top-hand dominant swing; seen with many H/T R/R players. Gearing up, looking for a slow, and high mistake pitch. The problem? Sometimes pitchers do not make mistakes; leading to the high strikeout rate, in the modern MLB era.
The following table is designed for players, using a one-dimensional swing (the same swing style, all the time), combining the information about B/T and follow through, identifying mismatches between the top/bottom hand dominant swing; and the mechanics, naturally, suiting the top/bottom hitter.
The subconscious mind controls your reflex system, processing information 1000’s of times faster, comparing to the conscious mind. Consciously, thinking about swing mechanisms disrupts the lightning-fast, reflex system. When you’re “in the, hitting zone” AKA “locked-in” the eyes control your timing, spotting the ball early, releasing from the pitcher’s glove.
Comparing mechanics for multiple contact zones, there’s a difference in the swing circumference, the height of the back elbow, movement of the stride, and the use of top, and bottom hands on the follow through. For example, adjusting the height of your back elbow, depending on the pitch you expect to hit; correlating to your batting stride, swing path circumference, follow through, and mental approach.