Powerful hitting relies on sheer bat speed at the point of contact.
ProCut™ Frequently Asked Questions.
Start throwing the ball fundamentally, playing catch (not chase) with an ark in the throw. Once you are warmed up, move back a step after every throw, keeping the ark. Move back to about 3 to 4 times the distance of the base path you play on. If you would like to throw longer than that, then do so.
Once you are at your maximum length, move in a step after every throw, to cool down the muscles until you're about base path distance apart. Pitchers need to throw even the day after they have pitched. Just throw slow and loosen the muscle up, this breaks down the lactic acid build-up in the muscles or the stiffness, and quickens the healing process.
A: Not necessarily. To learn the fundamentals of how to hit, one can start in their own home. It starts with a series of stations a hitter needs to take to learn how to hit properly and get ready for a game. Here are some ideas:
Practice with dry cuts or practice swings (No ball.) Hit off a hitting tee. Soft toss drill. Short toss drill. Batting practice.
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