Saturday, December 3, 2016

Spark Cast Videos

Pressing the Stack Pressing the Stack

Another fabulous drill from a buddy of mine down in Spring, Texas.  Pressing the... 


The Bucket Drill The Bucket Drill

This is a fabulous drill that will help your players feel the front side stack and... 


The Gomes Drill 2 The Gomes Drill 2

What happens when the both elbows are moving towards the pitcher?  How do you fix... 


Set Up Set Up

Setting up your players can be crucial.  When I am working with a player I tell... 


Training The Inside (Gold) Training The Inside (Gold)

A follow up to Phase Three that will help teach your players to get their hands (hitters... 


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PT Blog

Perry “Bone” Hill Perry “Bone” Hill

Boston Globe names Perry Hill as #1 infield coach in the MLB (2014)   If you... 


Kate and Taylor Kate and Taylor

I am so proud to say that Kate and Taylor are setting the ACCC ablaze, and they are... 


Corissa Santos Makes Her Mark Corissa Santos Makes Her Mark

HIT PARADE: A View at the Plate With Brandon Rogalski & Corissa Santos – By... 


Don’t Sit Back Don’t Sit Back

Why Keeping the Weight Back is a Really Bad Idea. This is a gamble that many coaches... 


Fastptich, The Players That Get It! Fastptich, The Players That Get It!

When it comes to hitting, the great hitters all look the same.    Ever ask yourself... 


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Insider Bat Series

Insider Bat Step One Insider Bat Step One

Step One: Paint the Path / Front Arm /Knee / Tee Next Video Set-up on back knee with front foot placed flat, out in front of the body. Set tee in desired starting position making sure player is not reaching to make contact. Set bat face directly behind the ball and slowly draw it back; once the bat is drawn back into a comfortable load position; reverse... [Read more of this review]


Insider Bat Step Two Insider Bat Step Two

Step Two – Contact Drill / Knee / Tee Get into hitting stance, but remain on one knee. Both hands on the bat and assume proper hitting position with upper body. Slow load and turn to contact. At contact, continue to turn keeping the Hitters Box intact. You want to have strong, locked wrists at contact and focus on pushing the ball off the tee. Keep... [Read more of this review]


Insider Bat Step Three Insider Bat Step Three

Step Three – Paint the Path w/Power “V” / Knee / Tee Next Video | Previous Get into hitting stance, but still remain on one knee. Both hands on the bat and assume proper hitting position with upper body. Take face of the bat and place it directly behind the ball in strong hitting position. Draw the bat head back into a loaded position and turn... [Read more of this review]


Insider Bat Step Four Insider Bat Step Four

Step Four – Power “V” Front Arm / Standing /Tee Next Video | Previous Get into hitting stance, but now we are working out of a standing position. Front hand on the bat only and assume proper hitting position.  Load with a slight inward turn and stride. As the front foot hits the ground, the swing is initiated. Turn to contact around the front... [Read more of this review]


Insider Bat Step Five Insider Bat Step Five

Step Five – Contact Drill / Standing / Tee Next Video | Previous Get into normal hitting position. Slow load inward turn and stride toward the pitcher. Turn to contact. At contact, continue to turn keeping the Hitters Box intact. You want to have strong, locked wrists at contact and focus on pushing the ball off the tee as before with the one knee... [Read more of this review]


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