Standard sizing of your Laser Power ST produces Exoprecise resistance, accommodating the trailblazing Sport Precise training; unrestricted batting practice, improving bat speed, strength, and mechanics, hitting as usual. Reducing the size increases resistance, limiting the influence of your arms, isolating the “blast” swing phase, adapting, and improving power; activating the core muscles, coaching rotational mechanics for the proper Kinetic Chain.
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Laser Whip, back arm inside your Laser Power ST. Isolating bat speed, increasing strength, coaching “connected” back-side mechanics.
The player increases bat speed and “stays connected.” Identifying, a front-side swing problem; casting.
Laser Reflex, increasing the resistance for Laser Blast drills; coaching “connected,” back/front-side mechanics.
One using thinking (high-elbow/stride) mechanics, swinging and missing, failing to make the proper swing adjustments; only has one’s self to blame. Thinking mechanics is an elongated version of proper automatic (compact) mechanics, therefore, it’s critical to coach players to hit with minimal movement, following, you increase movement.
Coaching players the popular “launch angle” swing, failing to inform the player it’s for hitting a slower pitch, up in the strike zone; the critical point! Meanwhile, parents and players are scratching your head; wondering why you can’t hit a dominant fastball.
The back elbow and stride are the speed/timing dial for your baseball and softball swing. Logically, the more distance to travel increases the time to hit a dominant fastball. Therefore, lower the back elbow, minimize the batting stride, allowing the barrel to the baseball, simple.