Hitting Low in the Zone will . . .   

Challenge the myth that pitching wins ball games
Prove that major league ball players can be
       produced at higher rates

Explain what teams need to make the postseason
Describe how mediocre hitters can be developed into
        .300 hitters
with the proper approach and swing
        mechanics

Detail the swing mechanics needed to increase power
        and extra-base hits

Teach hitters how to take back control of each at-bat
Give hitters a surefire plan when going up to the plate

 

Hitting Low in the Zone is a must-read for any hitter wanting to find that competitive edge at the plate, hitting coaches of all levels, high-level baseball thinkers and decision makers as well as anyone who is a fan of the game.

    Hitting Low in the Zone will . . .   

Challenge the myth that pitching wins ball games
Prove that major league ball players can be
       produced at higher rates

Explain what teams need to make the postseason
Describe how mediocre hitters can be developed into
        .300 hitters
with the proper approach and swing
        mechanics

Detail the swing mechanics needed to increase power
        and extra-base hits

Teach hitters how to take back control of each at-bat
Give hitters a surefire plan when going up to the plate

 

Hitting Low in the Zone is a must-read for any hitter wanting to find that competitive edge at the plate, hitting coaches of all levels, high-level baseball thinkers and decision makers as well as anyone who is a fan of the game.

Book Specifications:
108 Pages | Black/White

Paperback

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A player’s hitting mechanics need to generate two things: they need to focus on getting the ball in the air as much as possible, and they need to effectively promote the most coverage of the hitting zone from the ground up. The mechanics designed for an upward swing path will maximize a hitter’s chances for sustained success in both of these areas. And that swing path shouldn’t change—regardless of the situation. Successful hitting has often been said to be achieved through luck. This couldn’t be further from the truth. As hitters, we must eliminate the concept of luck from our minds. The player’s ability to stay in the moment and execute under pressure is extremely important for hit production and when driving in runs. Good hitters thrive under pressure because they have a plan, then they execute that plan no matter how big the moment.

Get your copy today to learn how swing mechanics such as
Grip & Stance, Load and Swing Path are major factors in successful low zone hitting!

 

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