Why most batting hitting trainers can’t fully maximize your child’s hitting potential

Over the years I’ve also used many different types of hitting trainers. Yet I’ve seen that because most are rounded, a child may still be able to make contact with a small wiffle ball effectively to improve their vision abilities, but still roll over their hands and wrists on contact even though they may hit the ball far. This is what causes ground outs.

As a result, they’ll still tend to hit ground outs even after consistent use of these different rounded batting hitting trainers.

This is due to the fact that the rounded part of the stick does not have any type of feature to prevent their hands and wrists from doing this. As a result, many of these batting trainers won’t create the proper muscle memory change in your child to train him or her to swing through the plane of the ball without rolling over their wrists and hands.




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