Part 2: Replicating Game-Day Turn-Speed

About The Video

  • Length: 56 seconds.
  • Location: Victoria Park Reds Baseball Club, Forster Park; Western Australia, Australia.
  • Series: Hit Lasers Challenge.
  • Part: 2, Turn-Control, Progression Exercise; see part 1.
  • Overview: Lifting your trailing leg to make the “L-Shape,” replicating game-day turn-speed, growing the strong/fast core, and balancing.
  • Coach: Clinton Balgera, inventor of Exoprecise, and creator of the Multi-Swing Method.
  • Player: Junior league/high school.
  • Product Category: Exoprecise hitting trainers.
  • Setup: Laser Reflex.
  • Drills: Core-turning.
  • Multi-Swing Method: Reflex mechanics.

Power Hitting Trainer

Today’s lesson, real-hitting: Guessing/Hoping for the pitcher to deliver the mistake-pitch, equals, fake-hitting; combine our power hitting trainer, and Multi-Swing Method, coaching to hit the challenging pitches.

  • Working for all swing types/mechanics.
  • Laser Reflex, increasing the Exoprecise forces, reducing the size to fix a long swing.
  • Remove either arm for isolation drills.
  • Hit the entire practice, improving bat speed, strength/endurance, mechanics, and power-hitting for game-day.
Category
Batting Practice, Laser Reflex
Tags
Gameday Hitting, Hit Lasers Challenge, Laser Reflex, Reflex Mechanics, Turn-Control

Q: What are the advantages of our Exoprecise hitting products?

A: Players are ahead of the curve.

See the case studies.