Getting Ready to Play
February or March, then in most parts of the country baseball is
around the corner. Teams are forming and local leagues are beginning registration.
Whether hitting off a tee in their garage or braving cold weather at the park, many players will spend hours and hours grooving their swing before the season starts.
The problem many face, however, is that they will build bad habits by repeating an improper swing.
Repetition is the key to success if the reps are done correctly.
are good that you've swung at many pitches before discovering this page.
Batters need to do what works for them.
Working on the philosophy that
What does it take to be a great hitter?
How do we maximize our potential and become great hitters?
What about the rest of us?
Since you love playing baseball, your goal is to
become a better hitter. Everyone has an opinion, and everyone will
give you advice.
How do you know what to weed out?
something works for you, keep it;
Analyze your strengths and weaknesses, incorporate
these into how you practice, and how you approach each at bat.
You want to be a great hitter?
Know your strengths
Know your strengths and weaknesses as a hitter. Try to maximize your strengths and minimize your weaknesses.
If you make a conscious effort to eliminate a weakness in practice, you can make that translate into the game.
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