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
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 Rachel added 11 MPH in … Continue reading Is The ‘Old School’ Method of Teaching Hitting Outdated?
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
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