Train Laser Beam top-hand drills to improve rotational hitting mechanics, unlocking the explosive power of your core. Our Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer is a bridge, connecting, the powerful energy from your core to the swing.
Increase the forearm strength swinging your game-day bat, without jeopardizing mechanics. Staying connected with the back-side to your body, overloads the top-hand, increasing strength; working to control the level of your barrel, “squaring the ball up” at contact. Lacking critical top hand skills causes early rolling of the forearms, prior to contact, raising the level of the barrel; hitting the top of the ball, triggering a ground ball. Balancing the strength for a complete power swing, opposingly, one hand dominating the other; coaching a one-dimensional hitter. Especially, bottom hand dominant players, hitting the low ball, however, struggling with “hard-up-and-inside;” contact closer to the body.
Players, training a top-hand dominant launch angle swing; Laser Beam drills improve power to hit a mistake pitch, over the center-field fence.
Increase the resistance of your Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer, combining, Laser Reflex and Laser Beam top/trail hand drills for automatic mechanics, for “hard and inside.”
The trail/top-hand is critical, generating bat speed, and power for contact closer to the body; such as the fastball more elevated in the zone.
Laser Beam drills expose improper core mechanics, triggering players to fall off-balance. Increasing the resistance of your Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer reduces the influence of the arms in the swing, helping you adapt and improve; turning your back leg from the hips.
Instead of swinging, and missing like a fool, imagine; possessing the skills to sit on a hard, up, and inside fastball. Pulling the pitch, for a Laser Beam home run; stop dreaming, and do it!
“Being a left-hit/right-throw Laser Beam improves your weaker top-hand, allowing you to crush “hard-up-and-inside,” straight down the line with backspin. Take a few rounds of Laser Beam side, using a heavy training bat, forcing you to use your core. Hitting the ball closer to the body, it’s critical to keep your head down; all the way through your swing. Avoid lifting the arms, instead, relax your upper body, using a short and flat plane; focusing on your core-turn to pilot the swing.”