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Why Bruce Lee Understood Hitting Better Than 99% Of Us!

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  1. Jeff Quillen says:

    Awesome article! It’s something I have never really thought about. I know my son’s instructor stresses only the swing. I guess we need to talk. Thanks for all the free information.

    • Hunter says:

      Jeff,
      Sorry for the delay in responding. Thanks for taking the time to read. I hope the information we are presenting is making a positive impact. Happy New Year!

      Hunter

  2. k8apiece says:

    Hunter,

    Spot on! Lots of good things happen when you are “on-time” as a hitter! I always tell anyone I work with and the parents that: if all we talked about was having great rhythm and to be on-time consistently – by default, you will improve your ability to hit the ball hard.

  3. Rick Strickland says:

    This is a great perspective. Almost everything I teach involves timing. Every pitching program nowadays focuses on velocity and movement. I tell my hitters that everyday the pitcher is working on affecting timing and part of the hitter’s prep should focus on working on timing.

  4. Bubba Prewitt says:

    This is really good info. I have done lessons for 7 years and I dont spend much time on pre swing stuff. That is going to change. I also have a freshman in high school this spring playing Varsity. He is struggling with staying back on the soft throwers. He will be reading this info after I submit this. Thanks again.

  5. Matt Heard says:

    “The load is the swing.” I would have to say that “what happens before the swing” is more essential than the swing itself. That being said, I will now go practice my load..

  6. JP Connolly says:

    Good thoughts here…I am a big proponent of using the mirror in everything I teach my boys. Work on the load constantly so that it becomes habit and the thinking process is eliminated in the box. 1 thing that I do that is different, this is HS ball now, is our start of the load changes depending on the count…0-0 we start on the breaking of the hands, 1 strike we start when his arm is the farthest away from the body, 2 strike we wait for the release, with the 2 strike we don’t take a step. We get this info while watching in the dugout and on deck.

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