Focus on simplicity, reducing unnecessary swing movement, and information overload
Coaching baseball and softball players for success on game day: Track the ball, keeping your head down; aim to hit the ball up the middle.
Avoid over-complicating mechanics: Minimize swing movement, improving your chances of success against the best pitchers in your league.
Advanced home-run mechanics: Triggering a long/slow game day swing, additionally, the “launch angle” strategy relies on the pitcher, making a mistake. The problem? The best pitchers don’t make mistakes!
Preparing for the best pitchers: practice hitting the challenging locations.
Clouding the conscious mind: Close the mind and open your eyes, unlocking the powerful subconscious mind, activating the reflexes.
Opposite field hitting approach: The proper hitting approach improves mechanics, conversely, pulling the baseball/softball, practicing to hit home runs; triggers over-swinging, rushing, lunging, and pulling off the ball.
Wearing the #LaserBST (#BatSpeedTrainer), how it works, benefits, design, #SpringTraining BP tips, Multi-Swing Method, Think Mechanics; elongating swing path, extending, ahead in the batting count. https://hitlasers.com/training-aids/how-it-works/
Posted by Hit Lasers on Saturday, February 8, 2020
Germany national baseball team manager, Ruggero Bagialemani, trying our Laser Power ST; can't hide the smile on his face. - Euro Baseball Championship, Germany v Netherlands.
"Barreling, to the pull side and not getting hook-spin he gets a lot of, at times. It was impressive, the other coach kept raising his eyebrows." - Rusty Mcnamara, Hitting Coach; University Of Hawaii, USA.
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"One of the Pony League teams, even though, not an elite junior team, are beating the elite middle school, baseball teams; they are using the Laser Power ST." - South Korea
"I’ve also told all our guys they will be getting their own, and they are so pumped. “Really? Oh, that’s awesome coach!” - Rusty Mcnamara, Hitting Coach; University Of Hawaii, USA.