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Want to write for HittingPerformanceLab.com?

We’d love to have you!  We accept bylined articles to be published on our blog.

Here’s what we are looking for…

  • 100% Original Content
  • 400-800 word posts
  • Lots of screenshots or video embeds
  • Lots of examples
  • Base content on science

Every post we publish will teach our readers to do at least one of the following three things:

  1. Apply human movement principles to hitting
  2. Apply social, psychological, or behavior studies to hitting
  3. Show how corrective movement training can improve hitting

There are three types of posts that work well,

  • You share results – In this article type you will be sharing the results you have achieved from a specific hitting tactic or tool on your own students.  You will explain the hitting tactic (or tool), share the data/results and show the readers (within reason) how to execute on the tactic.  This article is a great example: Derek Jeter VIDEO: These Exercises Accelerate Swing Efficiency
  • You share expertise – In this article type you will make recommendations to improve a hitter’s repeatable power that is based on your expertise in the field.  Although you don’t have your own results to share you will show (through screenshots usually) examples of world-class athletes that are doing what you recommend.  This article is a great example: Edwin Encarnacion VIDEO: How-To “Blocking” Guide
  • You share “how to” – In this article type you will show the readers how to execute a specific tactic.  Once again, use lots of screenshots and examples wherever possible.  This article is a great example: Hanley Ramirez VIDEO: How-To Crush A Curveball

If you have the expertise and are willing to create an outstanding article for the Hitting Performance Lab audience, fill out the form below.

Most importantly – be sure to include links to three articles you have written that are similar to what you would write for the Hitting Performance Lab blog below…


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