Get More Bat Speed To Hit A Dominant Fastball
Level: Beginner (use a normal bat) Advanced (use a heavy training bat)
- Bat Type: Normal or Weighted training bat.
- Height: Belt-to-chest.
- Location: Middle-Inside to inside-corner.
- Contact Area: Closer to your body.
- Grip: Shortening grip on the handle.
- Batting Stance: Spread out, knees pinching inward.
- Weight Distribution: Inside and front balls of feet.
- Back Arm: Relaxed and connected to the torso.
- Front Arm: Resting on back shoulder.
- Load: Small in turn of the front knee.
- Swing Path: Compact.
- Follow Through: whipping the bat around your torso.
- Swing Angle: Flatter
Thanks to Jack Smalpage for participating in the video.
Clinton Balgera, inventor of Exoprecise, Globally Patented Technology; products including our baseball training aid; shares expert tips for success against dominant fastballs. The same advice provided to our first superstar customer, Eric Thames who bamboozled the baseball world in April 2017; crushing “Laser Beam” home runs against, +95 mph “up-and-inside.” Apparently, it’s impossible to hit this pitch type; unless you know how to use our fastball training aid.