Real Baseball Players Hit With Wood

Written by Coach John Peter

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#2 Defined Keep Your Hands Inside The Ball…What? Keep your hands 4-6 inches from your body throughoutrepparttar swing. Think about hittingrepparttar 150872 inside half ofrepparttar 150873 baseball (the half that’s closest to you). This will train you to have a shorter, quicker stroke and will help keep balls straight and not allow them to hook foul…see Barry Bonds!

#3 Defined Use your wood bat instead of your game aluminum for tee work, soft toss, in a cage & when hitting live pitching & you’ll getrepparttar 150874 results you’re looking for!

NOTES: Wood Increases Bat Speed! Bat Speed Equals Power!

In summary, any player or team that trains with wood will hitrepparttar 150875 ball harder, plus increase contact and power over all who don’t. Ask any hitting coach.

Coaching Hint Kids, like adults, do not necessarily care for change. Get creative, make it cool like real ballplayers and they may accept it easier. Use marker to put their number onrepparttar 150876 knob. Taperepparttar 150877 handle. Buy some stick-em. Have them use a permanent marker and put their "Signature onrepparttar 150878 business end."

The Rules Since January 1, 2001, high school players nationwide must use bats that weigh no less than 3 oz. of their length (meaning a 33" bat can't weigh less than 30 oz.). The barrel diameters have shrunk from 2-3/4" to 2-5/8" andrepparttar 150879 exit velocities were changed so that batted balls don’t "jump" offrepparttar 150880 bat as quickly. In other words, these bats more resemblerepparttar 150881 performance of wood.

Younger players take note! The college bat rules have changed,repparttar 150882 high schools have changed, andrepparttar 150883 changes may not be finished. So, train with wood and you will win with aluminum.

Where To Buy Wood Bats Need ‘em cheap? - Try a Kmart or Walmart for around $25.00.

Need ‘em great? - We carry Brett Bats (yes, that Brett family) Check ‘em out.

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Coach John Peter, presently aged 50 something, is a lifelong student of the greatest game on earth. After being asked to find a more suitable occupation at age 26, many seasons after donning his first uni at age 7, he has transcended his skills into the much more important role of coach and especially as an instructor! He prides himself as never having charged any player or coach for a single lesson!

Discover How Golf Schools Can Help You Play Better

Written by Bud Bradley

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Bud Bradley is a freelance writer, working long hours at a computer. His main relaxation is golf, and over many years he's visited many golf schools in an attempt to improve his game. This series of articles relates his experience.

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