Phases Of Exoprecise Power Hitting Collage

Power Hitting Phases

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PHASES OF EXOPRECISEPHASE 1PHASE 2PHASE 3PHASE 4PHASE 5PHASE 6PHASE 7
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LAUNCH PADRESISTANCE LOADACCELERATED LAUNCHCORE CONNECTIONACCELERATED RELAUNCHRESISTED MOMENTUMACCELERATED RETURN
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DRILL TYPELaser Blast & Laser WhipLaser BlastLaser Blast & Laser Whip
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DESCRIPTIONResistance maintains the optimal distance from the bodies center of gravity, in preparation for the next phase; Resistance Load. Resistance building strength in critical, power hitting muscles; improving form and setting up the next phase. Accelerated Launch. Speed carries over to game day via brain and muscle communication systems. Resistance transforms to acceleration towards your bodies core/center to set up the next phase, Core Connect. Improving bat speed, form, contact accuracy, developing fast twitch muscle fibers, relieving pressure on joints. Speed, power, and precision carry over to game day via brain and muscle communication systems. Resistance connects the weaker extremities to the primary power source, the body's; core muscles to improve bat speed, power, precision, and form. All benefits transfer to game day via, brain and muscle communication systems and preparing for explosive contact during the next phase; Accelerated Relaunch.Simultaneous push/pull motion of the front and back elbow results in a relaunch of acceleration for optimal power at contact. Builds strength in critical power hitting muscles, improves bat speed, precision, form, and develops fast twitch muscle fibers. Acceleration from the previous phase, Accelerated Relaunch; transfers to momentum required for power for extended contact zones or post contact follow through after deeper contact. Momentum is met with resistance to improve strength in critical power hitting muscles. Resistance from the previous phase, Resisted Momentum triggers acceleration back to your body's center of gravity. Improving speed, form and developing fast twitch muscle fibers. All benefits transfer to game day via, brain and muscle communication systems.
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SHOULDERDeltoid
Posterior Deltoid
Trapezius
Teres Minor
Infraspinatus
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BACKLatissimus Dorsi
Rhomboid Major
Rhomboid Minor
Erector Spinae
Multifidus
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SIDE & FRONTExternal Oblique
Internal Oblique
Rectus Abdominis
Serratus Anterior
Serratus Posterior
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*Blue Text: Superficial Muscles
^Red Text: Deep Muscles
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