Sports Science

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Our high-speed cameras teach you the truth about hitting with techniques that cover lower and upper body separation, weight distribution and hip rotation, weight transfer, proper swing plane, bat lag, correct extension, efficient rotation, and more.

High-Speed Cameras

• Front-On View: record hand path, bat sag, bat cast, point of contact angle, and head movement
• Down-Line View: Y-axis tilt, body rotation, and hand depth
• Top View: record hip and shoulder separation and Bat Lag
• Under View: record hand path
• Front View: record hip rotation

Balance Training

The maintenance of balance requires many different factors such as strength, good eye sight, hearing, and coordination. Improvement in balance can be achieved by completing the following set of exercises at least once a week.

There are nine different balance training exercises that you will be asked to perform. They start out easy and then become progressively more difficult. The exercises are categorized into two different types of balance training: standing and walking.

Start your program out by performing all of the exercises outlined below using level one (see explanation below) as you perform the exercises. As the exercises get easier, you need to progress to level two and then to level three. It is important that you keep track of whether you keep your eyes open or closed during the training on a log sheet.

The most important aspect of balance training is that you tax yourself enough so that the exercise is difficult, but not so hard that you put yourself at risk of falling. Whatever you do, don't fall!