Here Are 6 Christian Yelich Swing Analysis Hitting Mechanic Strategies Helping Him Dominate (or Not? 🤔)
WARNING! This Christian Yelich swing analysis video has been done tongue-and-cheek…sarcastic…mocking…joking…so please don’t send me HATE email because of this cheeky Christian Yelich hitting mechanics video.
Here are some of the topics we cover…
- Head movement,
- Back knee inside back foot,
- Over rotating back foot,
- Getting taller,
- “Launch angle” swing!
- Keep shoulders square (no counter rotation!!!)
By the way, at the beginning of the video, we look at the following Forbes article titled: “NL MVP Christian Yelich, Bucking The Launch Angle Trend”.
We teach our hitters to hit the ball back through the “tube”. Imagine the pitcher throwing the ball through a tube. Our hitters must hit the ball back through the tube. For example is the pitch comes in hitting zone at 4-feet from the ground, then ball comes off bat four-feet off the ground. If ball comes in two-inches off ground, then ball comes off bat two-inches off ground.
Major League average batted ball type percentages:
- Line Drives = 20%
- Ground-balls = 43%
- Fly-balls = 38%
20% of the time the best in the world are hitting a line drive, and 80% of the time they’re miss hitting a line drive. By hitting the ball back through the tube, the hitter matches the plane of the pitch better. If ball is hit above or below the tube, then we use the adjustment principle paradoxical intention to get back to the tube.