Discover The “Paradoxical Intention” Secret To Making Adjustments
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Here’s A Quick Way To Help Hitters Make Outcome-Based Swing Adjustments (you don’t have to be a rocket scientist!)…

In this video, we’ll discuss:

  • Man’s Search For Meaning, by Dr. Victor Fankl and his theory of “Paradoxical Intention”
  • Making “horizontal” hitting adjustments,
  • Making “vertical” hitting adjustments, and
  • Making adjustments to the point of impact.
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Joey Myers

I’m a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), the International Youth and Conditioning Association (IYCA), and the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR).I’m also a HUGE supporter of the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).

I’ve spent 11+ years in the corrective fitness industry, and have too many alphabet-soup certifications to bore you with.I also played four years of Division One baseball at Fresno State from 2000-2003.

It’s NOT how you study, but what you study that counts.I apply human movement principles (or rules), validated by science, to hitting a baseball and softball.
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  1. Djura

    I love this Joey. The 3 stripes around the bat is awesome. Did you come up with that? I’ve notice that many young kids actually don’t know where the sweet spot was on the bat… That surprised me but than again I’m not a big time instructor like you😉…. I like where you were going in this article but I see it using a different angle…

    I see the 3 spots and quickly think of your diversity drills… Also you know how I think of the hands…The top hand ought to reflect the sweet spot… So if the batter can’t hit the sweet spot… There’s an alignment issue and/or approach issue… Obviously the top hand is strong so the body can press against the bat…later…


  2. Djura

    The 4 man outfield was classic. I think the batter got a hit too… Still, this shows that batters today better know how to approach the ball or else they will figure you out…

    It’s amazing how so many are concerned about bat speed, ground balls, distance….etc…

    We should be concerned with hitting line drives on every pitch all over the field… Than learn how to hook and how to push the other way… And if we accidentally hit a homer…We’ll take it… Seems simple enough…Until someone who doesn’t know how to hit says this is asking too much…