Powerful Baseball Swing Mechanics Plus Stronger and Faster Muscles
Get Faster Bat Speed, Powerful Hits, Longer Drives and More Home Runs
On this site the baseball swing is broken down into 12 power movements.
The proper mechanics of each power movement are shown and explained in detail.
And every muscle of the baseball swing is identified so they can each be conditioned individually for maximum speed and power the way we will teach you.
Once you practice and perfect the power movements of the baseball swing and condition each of your baseball swing muscles, both your upper and lower body swing muscles, for speed and power, the way we teach you, you will become a more focused, confident and feared hitter.
You won't find these specially designed baseball swing muscle exercises any where else!
The first noticeable movement that takes place during the loading phase is the backward movement of the shoulders and arms toward the catcher. This action helps to load or stretch different muscles in each shoulder that will be released or contracted later during the swing... [more]
This action of the abdomen, chest and upper body all turning away from the pitcher and toward the catcher gives the appearance that the shoulders are rotating backward with them when in effect, it is the spine that is rotating carrying the shoulders with it... [more]
Immediately after the spine begins to rotate back toward the catcher, a short timing step with the front left leg begins to occur.The first effect of it is to force the back leg, the leg closest to the catcher, to carry the player’s weight... [more]
Cocking of the wrists is an action the hands perform on the bat-handle at the very end of the loading phase and into the first part of the launching phase. It’s purpose is to facilitate a rapid recoiling effect with the bat-head... [more]
The pushing and pulling action of the arms and shoulders refers to the individual movements that each arm and shoulder produce on the bat handle through their respective hands during the swing... [more]