See MLB catcher Erik Ostberg Train with the ProVelocity Bat
Chicago Cub Dustin Geiger increases from 3 to 4 resistance bands
Learn to Engage Your Core for Explosive Power
Coach Ulrey - Let's Get To Work
Coach Ferber & Coach Polanco with D1 commit @jacksboyd. Understanding where bat speed happens.
To make contact and get the audible "double-click" you can't push or drag the bat through the strike zone. You have to use your core to whip the barrel on plane developing early bat speed, more time in the strike zone, and an increased angle of attack.
Warm up with check swings in the on-deck circle engage your core. Turn doubles into singles. Start driving in runs.Max Soliz Jr. with a recorded exit velocity of over 104 mph times on-deck check swings with an incoming pitch. With 30 pounds of resistance set the "double click" confirms he developing 55 mph of bat speed with his core alone!
Gain the confidence to wait back and read a pitch.
Tanner Carson - Getting Stronger!
Eric Sogard - Stay Connected
The ProVelocity Bat keeps MLB veteran Eric Sogard connected.
Dry swing 15 minutes per day to increase your bat speed, then rip balls off the tee, in the batting cages, and on the field.
Casey Smith - Correcting A Push
Casey Smith at @outfronthitting corrects a "push." His student must use his core to whip the barrel on plane in order to obtain the "double- click"
Casey Smith - Use Check Swings to Engage Your Core
Casey Smith @outfront hitting uses check swings with the ProVelocity Bat to develop bat speed with the core and increase plate coverage.
Casey Smith - Stop Dumping The Barrel
Casey Smith at @outfronthitting uses a low resistance setting to let his student feel when the barrel releases. The student is learning to rotate the bat on plane with his shoulders, not by dumping the barrel with his wrists.
Make Your Tee Swings Count
Red Sox Nick Yorke launches an 80 mph missile off a soft toss
With 100-pounds of resistance loaded, Nick Yorke of the Boston Red Sox launches an 80 mph missile off a soft toss.
Get SEC Coach Headley's 10-Week Bat Speed Training Program
Coach Headley uses the ProVelocity Bat for Exit Velocity and Swing Sequence training. Download his bat speed program for the ProVelocity Bat.
Coach Ferber - Don't Be Steep
Coach Ferber uses Audible Feedback to get his students on plane early.
Dry swing 15-minutes per day to increase your bat speed
Elijah Taitel dry swings without a ball 15 minutes per day with four bands loaded to keep his swing speed over 60 mph.
Phillip Clarke - Check Swings
Toronto Blue Jay, Philip Clarke uses check swings to engage his core and obtain max-velo and dynamic launch position prior to impact.
Energize fast twitch muscle memory in the on deck circle.
D1 recruit @jrsoliz_boom warms up with check swings in the on deck circle and then hits bombs at the plate.
Understand Barrel Depth, Acceleration & Path
Coach Sulcoscki with Hitting Englightenment uses the Provelocity Bat to train for barrel depth, barrel acceleration and parametric swing path through the hitting zone.