If you have been looking to enhance your performance in the batter's box, these hitting drills are for you to correct flaws.
Teaching proper swing mechanics will help your players learn how perfect their stance, swing and pre-game training. Adding these drills to your rotation will help increase power and batting averages.
Using the below drills your batters will learn:
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Just before the batter steps into the box, they should pick a faraway point as their focal point. For this example, we will use the right-field foul pole, which is a good focus point for righties.
The Soft to Hard Focus BP Drill allows batters to focus when necessary by keeping a soft focus on the pitcher until he begins his pitch. This move can be done immediately after the Focal Point Method for BP.
Batting drills are important especially in youth players
because they help develop good habits and muscle memory. Batting averages can
improve significantly by practicing proper swing mechanics every day. The more
drills and practice sessions that players do at home, the quicker their ideal
swing will start to take shape. The best swing is always one that comes when a
player is most relaxed: their reflexes are sharp, and their muscle memory is so
fine-tuned that they can make on the fly adjustments to explode through the
ball every time.
Hitting with power is not just about the size of strength of
the player. There are several power hitters in Major League Baseball that are
not 6’4” and 200+ pounds. Proper batting stance, good launch position, and
power swing rotation all play a part in hitting the ball out of the park. Raw
hitting power comes from the lower body. When players want to increase the
power behind their swings, they should focus on improving their lower body
strength, rotation and coil.
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