The University of Indianapolis started the season off hot at the plate hitting .308 as a team with 10 homers. "We use the ProVelocity bat everyday in practice. It has been a great tool to strengthen hands, wrists and forearms. We also use to increase on plane efficiency." - Al Ready, Coach
The ProVelocity™ Bat is a professional baseball swing trainer designed to hit live balls. In order to make contact, batters must achieve their pre-selected swing speed. By gradually increasing their pre-selected swing speed, batters teach themselves the mechanics of a more powerful swing.Buy Now Save $50
Patented Power Barrel
The ProVelocity Bat features 20 swing speed settings. The Power Barrel releases to the impact position and gives audible feedback when the batter achieves their pre-selected swing speed.
Train at any ability level from Little League to Major League. Add power bands and take your swing to the next level as your power, speed, and hand-eye coordination increase.Download Swing Speed Table
Used By Professional Athletes
The ProVelocity Bat is now part of the hitting training protocols for the Bledsoe Agency, The University of Arkansas Razorbacks, The University of Connecticut, and the University of Indianapolis. It is also being used by professional players such as Brandon Lowe (Tampa Bay Rays), Brent Rooker (First Rounder, Vanderbilt), and Phillip Clark.Product Details
Bledsoe Agency Trial Data
Hunter Bledsoe of the Bledsoe Agency is a certified player agent with the Major League Baseball Players Association. His agency recently completed a batting trial focusing on high-performance athletes using the ProVelocity Bat.
In only three weeks First Year Professional athletes developed over a 4% increase in Bat Speed and Output Power all while increasing their Angle of Attack.
Improvement for lower level abilities is "HIGHLY SiGNIFICANT".Download The Trial Data
Train with or without a live ball
My name is Elijah Taitel. I am a mechanical engineering student at Uconn, and inventor of the ProVelocity Bat - and yes, that's me swinging away in the video.
I train for fifteen minutes a day without a ball to increase my swing speed and then take the bat to the batting cages to increase my hand-eye coordination.
My rotational strength and bat speed has increased to the point where I am able to wait back on pitches knowing I have the speed to get to the ball.
My ability to recognize off speed pitches increased to the point where I am now raking it to right field as well as left. This led to a .473 batting average, All Conference honors, and Player of the Week.Start Ripping It!