Get more bat speed for power, and accuracy when making contact with the baseball.

Advanced 2 Strike Hitting



Blasting core driven power, and extension: Generate the bat speed required to make contact, creating Momentum-Driven Power; after you disconnect from your core.

What’s if for?

Hitting when you’re behind in the batting count, and facing power pitchers, locating secondary pitches. For example, a hard and late-breaking slider on the outside corner of home plate; hitting with two strikes.

What you’ve learned?

Combining our advanced Laser Blast, and Laser Whip methods you possess the skills for success against late-breaking pitches, combining bat speed, power, and extension.

  1. Spread out and minimize swing movement
  2. Initiate your swing using your core
  3. Follow your natural swing path, whipping your bat to the ball, and past contact.
  4. Elongated and circular swing plane, your circle gets bigger as the distance of your contact depth moves away, and lower from your body’s center.
  5. Stay back, stay centered; ensuring your head remains in the middle of your center of gravity. Otherwise, known as; “staying in your legs.”
  6. To reach the outside edges of home plate, release your top when you feel pressure on your back shoulder. Failure to do this results in a weak, ground ball and pop-up or striking out. Why? Anatomically, your front arm has a longer reach in front and away from the plate. Regarding, low-and-outside or low- and-in-front, contact depths; if you keep both hands on the bat, your back gets in the way.
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Clinton Balgera

The inventor of the cutting-edge Exoprecise, driving force; for our baseball/softball hitting trainers. Founder of the revolutionary Multi-Swing Method. 20-year, professional baseball career; USA, Italy, and Australia. Highlights include the Junior College World Series MVP, accepting a full scholarship to the University of Indianapolis, and the Australian Baseball League MVP (Helms Award). Learn More