The key to top-hand power hitting drills is controlling your barrel. Top-Hand training improves strength in the forearm muscles, vital for maintaining the optimal level at contact....

You can't get to points B and C if you skip point A.  It's vital to learn mechanics to engage your core power before moving onto the next steps. We put a lot of thought into making a simple drill to teach, core power, rotating and staying connected....

Jumping or lunging triggers head & eye movement, interrupting your ability to track the ball. Consequently, your eyes relay information to your brain which perceives an increase in pitch velocity. To counter, relax, stay back and focus on tracking the baseball. If you're successful, your eyes relay information to your...

Incorrect rotation triggers too much weight on your back leg/foot. Pressure on your back leg/foot triggers a tilt in the angle of your hips, dipping of the shoulders; triggers pulling off the ball, long and loopy swing as your bat head to drops....

Heavy bat drills improve strength in forearm muscles controlling the level of your bat. Weak forearms, and bad mechanics cause dipping of your barrel, hitting the bottom of the ball; resulting in a pop-up. Additionally, your wrists turn from your forearms, and rolling causes the barrel to rise; hitting a ground...

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