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Multi-function 2: LASER Whip

Train with your rear arm inside the Sport Precise™ Band to generate whipping acceleration.

Posted by on Saturday, June 10, 2017

Place your back arm inside the ExoPrecise to increase acceleration, creating a "Laser Whip" of bat speed and power; excellent for training extended contact zones.

Posted by on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

LASERS 花蓮玉里國小

Posted by 台灣 Taiwan Laser Strap on Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Dutch National U/23 LASER Whip: Bram Grooten

Laser Whip B.P Bram Grooten Hitting LASERS! "Had a great session working with the U/23 Dutch National team KNBSB Nieuws - Excellent feedback from the players and coaches." Coach Seth La Fera Twins Honkbal

Posted by Koninkrijk Der Nederlanden Laser Strap on Tuesday, June 13, 2017

LASER STRAP™ Bat Speed Trainer℗

Posted by on Monday, May 22, 2017
How Sport Precise Training Feels

In this video, the LASER hitting phenom Federico Giordani gives his own take on how sport precise works… you get a workout while you practice.

Posted by on Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Extra BP work in Hotlanta! USA

This is how it's done during extra BP work in Hotlanta! USA. Video Credit: Seth La Fera This video constitutes a small part of the first LASER Strap, High School case study in which Pace Academy increased team offense by 194 hits (264% increase). And the player hitting Jaden Steagall - 2016 Batting Average: 148 | 2017 Batting Average: 368 (120 point increase). See the full details

Posted by on Monday, May 22, 2017
LASER Whip Cage Bombs Plus Handy Coaching Tips

Rotterdam United Baseball LASER Whip cage bombs plus handy tips from Coach Seth La Fera is a social experiment to showcase our baseball and softball products by sharing customer stories from all over the world. Rotterdam United Baseball had a great first session with the Laser Strap with players progressing after a few rounds of BP. For the benefit of our audience, there's little use viewing an experienced player with a perfect swing all the time. The best way to learn is to show real world footage of players improving. Our goal is to share footage from players all over the world, highlighting progression so others can also learn and see how it was done. Great job to the guys on the ground in Rotterdam and we look forward to seeing, even more, progression in the weeks to come. Thanks to the Kingdom of Netherlands for sharing your unique story.

Posted by on Sunday, June 4, 2017

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