Transfer core speed and power to your bottom-hand, giving you the momentum required to hit extended pitch locations for power.
Set Up: Back arm inserted
Contact Zone: Extended
What Does It Improve?
Power and bat speed for extended contact zones. For example, hanging breaking ball or a low-and-away slider.
“Guess Hitting” or “Sit On Your Pitch Hitting”.
Ahead in the count hitting when facing less quality pitchers.
Train to hit pitchers who make mistakes, lacking velocity and locating the ball higher in your contact zone.
Train to hit pitchers with exceptional speed, locating the ball to the outside extremities of home plate.
Guides you to powerful extension… all the time, every time. Our patented elasticized strap provides your trail/top-hand with the perfect amount of resistance to keep it connected to your core, transferring speed and momentum to your lead/bottom-hand as it extends to hit the low ball for power.
Improve power on extended contact zones, preparing you to hit game day pitches such as; hanging breaking balls or down-and-away fastballs/sliders.
The lead-hand is vital for power and extension when hitting the low ball. It is especially important for trail/top-hand dominant hitters, who generally hit the high ball well but struggle with low and extended contact zones.
Bat speed and power for extended contact zones
Bat whip and staying through the ball
Transfer of speed and core strength to your lead/bottom-hand
Staying inside your legs
Hitting a low and outside pitch
Hitting a hanging breaking ball
Game day confidence
Basic Set Up
Back arm inside your Laser Strap Bat Speed Trainer
Back elbow set a mid-to-high level
Short to long
Release your top-hand for extreme contact zones
Ordered easiest to hardest:
Triggered batting practice
Regular Batting Practice
Hitting live in practice
Whether you’re a high leg kick hitter, high elbow, short/compact you’ll see fast results training our LASER Blast and LASER Whip drills to improve your style of mechanics. Need some drills to follow? We provide free access to beginner, intermediate and advanced training guides.
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