Hitting Trainer - Perfect for Travel Teams & Backyard Practice
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The Bat Stick Is A Handheld Training Aid Designed To Help Players Learn The Art Of Making Hard Ball Contact!
It also assists seasoned players to correct hitting problems and develop better hitting skills while easily increasing the amount of quality swings the player can take in a short amount of time (players can swing every three to five seconds).
The heavy shock-absorbing fiberglass and polymer construction is designed to absorb the shock upon contact and will last through many seasons of hard use.
"A convenient way to hit!" - Coach JP
The Bat Stick represents one of the easiest methods for improving hand/eye coordination and for building "in the box confidence."
A great thing about it is that it only requires a hitter and a drill partner or coach. No set up or catch net is needed. There's nothing else to lug around!
I can't tell you how many times I took my own son or players to the batting cage before games so they could have an opportunity to warm up. You can see how easy it would be to warm up an individual player with the Bat Stick. or an entire team with two or three. especially since they are so portable and inexpensive!
As a batting trainer, it is a great way to work all parts of the strike zone, as opposed to throwing less-than-perfect pitches.
For batting practice, the Bat Stick an ideal way to warm up your on-deck hitter. and if you think about it, the on-deck hitter will now get many more swings than the player in front of them who is hitting live!
This simple device actually allows your players to get more swings in less time. Considering the limited amount of practice time that we generally have and the fact that most youth players don't get to swing enough. this item just makes sense.
The coach or drill partner holds the comfortable textured grip end of the Bat Stick with both hands, putting a hand through the elastic strap.
The Bat Stick is then held at arm's length, parallel to the ground, positioned in the appropriate area of the strike zone at the desired contact point.
The batter simply swings and makes contact, while the drill partner allows the Bat Stick to "give" as it is hit.
The drill partner returns the ball to the starting position to repeat the process again.
We recommend a 25' diameter area and 12' of height. The batter and drill partner should stand approximately 10' apart.
[To be performed with the Bat Stick]
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