Combining the standard strength features of our Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer, and heavy bat training; invigorates your power hitting muscles.
Exoprecise forces delivers the critical element of “staying connected,” during heavy bat training. Ordinary, overload methods trigger a long swing, reducing your bat speed. The extra weight on your wrists, pulls the arms away from your body; dipping the barrel. However, our Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer elevates strength without jeopardizing bat speed, and mechanics.
Our Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer produces Exoprecise forces, strengthening the deep-layer hitting muscles; swinging your regular bat. Additionally, staying connected during your heavy bat training, allows the core muscles to dominate the swing. Reducing the workload on your vulnerable wrists strengthens the secondary power muscles, in your forearms; controlling the level of your barrel.
90% of mistakes go away using our Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer, a heavy bat; and these 4 words, “track the ball longer!”
Laser Reflex drills, increase the resistance of your Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer to prevent arming the swing. Therefore, players adapt by using the core muscles to generate the back leg turn. Coaching mechanics to hit the challenging “up and inside” pitch; growing the confidence to stay back on game-day. The increase in resistance prevents reaching. As a result, you track the ball longer, making contact closer to the body, fixing a long swing; preparing you for success against the “flame throwing” pitchers, and clutch two-strike situations.
Exoprecise forces navigates youth players, transitioning to a heavier/longer baseball, and softball bat.
Clinton Balgera, inventor of the Hit Lasers Bat Speed Trainer, and founder of the Multi-Swing Method.
Below is a snippet, Clinton Balgera to Eric Thames, bamboozling the baseball world in April 2017; crushing laser home runs off 95 mph fastball, high-and-inside. Apparently, it’s impossible to hit this pitch?
“Next, get into the cage for Laser Blast heavy bat front toss. Toss the ball, belly-button-high, on the inside part of home plate. Track the ball closer to the body, maintain a short and flat swing path, keeping two hands on the bat; during your follow through. Avoid conscious thoughts to pull the ball, allowing your subconscious mind to take over, activates the reflex muscles; resulting in a laser home run.”