Underload/Overload Training for Timing

  3 Bat Weights - Underload Overload Training Increases Bat Speed In 2001, I released the Hitting Is A Guess Video with Jay Bell, 2 time All Star shortstop and former ‘roomy’ in the Twin’s organization.  In this video, we introduced the concept of using overload and underload training with hitters, as well as using … Continue reading Underload/Overload Training for Timing

Is The ‘Old School’ Method of Teaching Hitting Outdated?

Rachel Garcia Swing Test Experiment Recently, Rachel Garcia, an elite collegiate softball player (National Freshman of the year at UCLA) went through a simple before and after hitting analysis that I took a small part of and thought it might help to answer our question about ‘Old School’ teaching methods. Rachel added 11 MPH in … Continue reading Is The ‘Old School’ Method of Teaching Hitting Outdated?

The Homerun Surge of 2017 & The Hangin’ Fastball

Occam’s Razor (Ockam alternate spelling) In ‘Science’, there is a concept to help researchers find the best path in reaching a solution to a query.  More of a guideline rather than a hard and fast rule, Occam’s Razor is a concept that advises researchers to start their search with the simplest solution.  With this latest … Continue reading The Homerun Surge of 2017 & The Hangin’ Fastball

Carlos Pena – Hitting The Very Best Pitchers’ Very Best Pitches

Hitting the Very Best Pitchers’ Very Best Pitches – EV Goggles Expose Illusions Pitchers such as Roy Halladay, Justin Verlander, Jon Lester and many more that had given Carlos trouble in the past, he now had a game plan that would allow him to focus in on the most important speeds and visuals. With the … Continue reading Carlos Pena – Hitting The Very Best Pitchers’ Very Best Pitches