Baseball's Hitting Secrets: How to Put a Round Baseball Bat on a Round Ball- Squarely (Anglais) Broché – 1 mars 2009
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Nothing is more frustrating than trying to put things so simple a 5 year old can comprehend it. The author puts it as he was explaining it to you in simple terms where you can go right out and execute with out a doubt. He teaches to work on the small things first before you put them together to be a full rotational swing. My two sons now have collegiate looking swings by simply training them to keep their head down and nose on the ball. All of the great rhyming terms that click in their head are great too, the author also tells you when it is best to say them, and why say them not just as a loose term. My kids love the drills and won't stop bugging me to play all the little games we invented out of the drills that are clearly illustrated in the text.
As a hitter I have never seen so much distance in the flight of my ball that my own teammates jokingly think I am using performance enhancing drugs by simply changing my approach and follow through on every swing. The drills and equipment that the author teaches you to make, help to simplify the movements, and improve how you see the ball instead of hoping your swing will just be enough. He encourages you to even catch a ball with your glove differently by watching it in.
After playing at the high school and collegiate level and now as an amateur I always thought I had seen it all, I have come to learn that "It's not how good of a hitter you are, but how good a hitter you can become" Ted Burda Hitting Secrets.