How do you know how far you should stride? Is there a way to measure? What happens if you stride too far? Too short? This lesson answers those questions and more, check it out.
Do you know the proper way to grip the bat? Are you sure? Watch this video as Hunter explains the proper way and more importantly, why!
Here are two way to use the short bat. Watch this short video.
You’ve all heard the saying, “Hitting is timing.” However, many times the only way to challenge a hitter’s timing is in game situations. If you’ve been to enough games or if you’re a baseball coach, you’ve seen the 5 o’clock hitter. What’s the 5 o’clock hitter? He’s the guy that crushes in batting practice (BP), […]
In today’s post, I wanted to discuss a question that seems to be very popular! Everyone speaks of the stride and lower body of a pitcher, but very few discuss the role of the lower body in the swing. That’s why I’m giving you this video.
There’s a reason, our site is quickly becoming the #1 source on the planet for player development! Just yesterday, Hunter Bledsoe was featured in the Seattle Times, you can read the article here. The article discusses the progress of Justin Smoak, a 1st round draft pick out of the University of South Carolina. During the […]
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Have you heard the term, “squash the bug”? The cue has been around the game of baseball a long time. Is it the correct way to teach hitters or does it actually do more harm than good? Watch the short video below and learn the truth!
Awareness and feel are important concepts in the player development process. Often the most difficult aspect of coaching is finding a way for the athlete to not only see what you are telling him, but more importantly “feel” what you are instructing. Today, I am going to share with you a very simple exercise that […]
Why do so many hitters open their front shoulder early (fly open)? Is it a mechanical problem? Is it because they don’t see the ball? What about their neck? Maybe they are restricted in the movement of their neck? Ever thought about that? Watch this video and learn why so many hitters fly open.