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To help an athlete categorize and manage the workload of their mechanical development, try the staged tee work drill to develop comfort in the stride.
It’s important for a hitter to realize that the stride and swing are two separate actions. Different aspects of the swing should be broken down accordingly.
Dr. Khan believes that muscle memory and hand-eye coordination are developed through hard work and practice, which is why he is excited about his MaxBP.
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Coach Ross is taking aim at Joe DiMaggio's 56 game hit streak. It's a little different than Joltin' Joe's run, shooting for a blog 56 days in a row.
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Strong hands are a trait in every hall of fame hitter. A great exercise for baseball players to develop that strength is with the rice bucket drill. 
Synchronization between the upper body and lower body is critical to a hitter’s ability to be consistent and to drive the ball with authority.
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The stride is a key part of the swing and comes in a variety of sizes and vertices. If it's mechanically sound and comfortable - you’ve found your stride.
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One way for a hitter to analyze their mechanics and gain comfort is by looking at their swing in a mirror. In this drill we will focus on hand position.
The suicide squeeze is perfected when a runner bolts for home plate the moment a pitcher goes into his delivery and a hitter lays down a bunt.
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Pepper is a drill that features one player hitting brisk ground balls to a group of fielders who are standing approximately 15-20 feet away.
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For hitters looking to drive in runs and make a difference, practice inside soft toss, and do damage with the “middle-in” pitch.
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It is essential for a hitter to take advantage of a match-up opportunity. Hitting a pitcher of the opposite hand is a must for productive players.
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