Shin Soo Choo Missing Power?   Shin Soo Choo is well-above average when it comes to On-Base Percentage, .389 over a ten-year span. He also averages 37 doubles per season over the same career span.  However, his 162-game average for home-runs is ONLY 19. Keep in mind that Shin Soo Choo is 5’11”, 205 lbs. (all […]

Does Jose Abreu Use a Unique MLB Power Technique?   I received an email recently from a top-5 Shot Putter in the mid-80’s named Rob Suelflohn.  He threw for over 70 feet!  A pretty special feat.  CLICK HERE to see YouTube footage of Rob. He contacted me after watching a couple of my analysis videos. […]

Could the Forces of Gravity be the Key to Unlock Power?   In this video, we’re comparing two athletes from two different sports, rookie outfielder George Springer of the Houston Astros and world record holding Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt.  We’ll look at how gravity can affect energy transfer forces in human movement, and discuss: How-to transfer […]

Brandon Moss

Brandon Moss Analysis Shows Timing Adjustment Must Be Made…   This Brandon Moss analysis comes from a conversation I had with Coach Justin Karr and his 12-U Bakersfield Sliders Black team.  Thanks Coach Karr, I hope this helps your troops! I want to compare what Brandon Moss does differently hitting a slower pitcher, like knuckle-baller R.A. Dickey […]

“Staying Closed” for Fastpitch Softball & Baseball (NOT What You Think)…   In this article, we’ll compare the swings of Oakland Athletic’s (now Blue Jays) Josh Donaldson and Toronto Blue Jay’s Jose Bautista (aka Joey Bats).  In the video, we’ll discuss: Donaldson v. Bautista metrics, What “staying closed” means to spine engine mechanics, and Where Josh Donaldson […]