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The Sooner You Know ‘Swinging Down’ Is A Disaster The Better

How To Use Knowledge To Help Hitters Reach Their Full Potential This is bad| https://t.co/dDmbYt1OZt pic.twitter.com/BRld6yav7i — Sean T. Plouffe ➪ ⚾️ (@airplouffe86) October 2, 2017 (Before getting into this post, I have to pre-frame it with the fact that cuing a hitter to ‘swing down’, ‘keep barrel above hands’, and ‘get on top’ can be helpful for hitters whose…

WHY ‘Squishing The Bug’ Is So Dumb

If You’re Teaching ‘Squish The Bug’, Then You’re OLD This video is a definitive guide when it comes to WHY ‘squishing the bug’ is an inferior hitting mechanic. Right now, if you find yourself asking if people STILL teach this, then sadly, the answer is yes. I ran into one just the other day on the socials.  Nothing but pseudo…

Here Is A Method That is Helping Rhys Hoskins Give Salivating Pitchers Nightmares

Leg Kicks May Be Dangerous To Pitchers (And Hitters That Don’t Perfect Them)… Before I get into the Rhys Hoskins swing breakdown video featuring Mark DeRosa & Cliff Floyd above… I wanted to give you a heads up of what’s in this post: Lesson learned from my school of hard knocks, How to fix striking out every at-bat in tournament,…

How 175-LB 15yo Is Consistently Hitting The Ball 400-FT With…BBCOR & Wood

Discover The Back Foot Variance Drill Secret I wanted to share a couple things in this post… An updated video of the Back Foot Variance Drill, and A testimonial from one of my online lesson dads from Tennessee (I’m in California!).   Back Foot Variance Drill UPDATED Since putting this drill together a few years ago, I’ve improved on it…

How To “Stay On Ball Longer” & “See It Better” Like Giancarlo Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton: Closed Stance

STOP Pulling Off The Ball, Increase Batting Average, and Boost Power By Using The Closed Stance? I know, I know, Some well meaning coaches will think, “Well, a closed stance cuts off a hitter’s vision, and/or restricts hip movement”… I get it.  I used to believe the same thing a couple years ago, …But what I found in my research…

Cody Bellinger Hitting Analysis Reveals Ways To Consistently “Hulk Smash” The Ball

Cody Bellinger Swing Dissection: How To Get “What’s Real” Out Of “What’s Feel”  Thome on Bellinger – MLB Tonight “His hands are absolutely electric.” – Jim Thome on Los Angeles Dodgers sensation Cody Bellinger Posted by MLB Network on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 I have a treat for you (and it involves the swing of hot hitting rookie sensation Cody Bellinger)……

Part-3: How To Develop Powerful Wrist Snap Like Hank Aaron (Is Devastating Against Pitchers)

Where A Higher Batting Average Can Be Cultivated AND How To Get It (An Over-The-Shoulder Look)… Part 1 – Dramatically Cut Your Hitter’s Learning Curve In Half By Doing This…  Part 2 – Dramatically Reduce Time To Impact Without Losing Power Part 3 – [You Are Here] How To Develop Powerful Wrist Snap Like Hank Aaron (Is Devastating For Pitchers) Here’s Part-3 –…

Part-2: Dramatically Reduce Time To Impact Without Losing Power

How To Decrease Time To Impact By Lowering Hitter’s Hands (an Over-The-Shoulder Look at a Local Lesson) Part 1 – Dramatically Cut Your Hitter’s Learning Curve In Half By Doing This…  Part 2 – [You Are Here] Dramatically Reduce Time To Impact Without Losing Power Part 3 – How To Develop Powerful Wrist Snap Like Hank Aaron (Is Devastating For Pitchers)…

Part-1: Dramatically Cut Your Hitter’s Learning Curve In Half By Doing This…

Dramatically Improve HOW Your Hitters Learn By Listening In On A Local Lesson of Mine Part 1 – [You Are Here] Dramatically Cut Your Hitter’s Learning Curve In Half By Doing This…  Part 2 – Dramatically Reduce Time To Impact Without Losing Power Part 3 – How To Develop Powerful Wrist Snap Like Hank Aaron (Is Devastating For Pitchers) Here’s what…

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