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3 Batting Drills to Improve Power

There’s no better feeling in baseball than hitting the ball hard. If you’re ready to add some real power to your swing, then the right technique is a key component in getting there. In addition to proper targeted exercises, these three hitting drills will have you swinging with greater power and launching bombs in no time. Read more

 


3 Best Baseball Bats for 2017

The 2017 baseball season is here! While the best gear in the world cannot make a poor player great, bad gear can really have a negative affect on your results. With equipment like bats and gloves, you get what you pay for. To see our top 3 picks for 2017, keep reading.

Our philosophy is that you can pay a little more for the best and cry, or you can go cheap and cry, cry, cry. Here are our reviews of the new lineup of 2017 BBCOR composite baseball bats. Read more


3 Best Baseball Gloves for 2017

The 2017 baseball season is here! While the best gear in the world cannot make a poor player great, bad gear can really have a negative affect on your results. With equipment like bats and gloves, you get what you pay for. To see our top 3 picks for 2017, keep reading. If you’re wanting to increase your speed or pitching velocity, you’ll want to read our review of Brent Pourceau’s Top Velocity Program. Here are our reviews of the new lineup of 2017 Baseball Gloves. Read more


How to Add 5-10 mph to Your Fastball Immediately

20% of your overall velocity comes from the linear movement. So a lot of people want to discredit linear movements, because only 20% of the speed comes from it–leaving 80% coming from rotation or hip-to-shoulder separation.

This figure was discovered by having pitchers sit on their knees and throwing from their knees. When they did that, they threw 80% of their velocity.

In this video, Coach Brent Pourciau shows you how this works. Not only that, but he demonstrates how adding in the linear movements is the key to getting you that final 10-20 mph on your fastball. Read more


How to Get Faster Without Steriods

These baseball drills have been proven to be more effective in doing this over any other program you can find.

You work flat out in 3 to 5-minute blocks, and take breaks only long enough to gulp some air and get right back to work. It’s called Max Interval Training, because it keeps your body working at maximum capacity through your entire workout. You keep pushing your limits – so your body has to adapt. That’s how you get in such insane shape in just 60 days. Read more