LASER hitting factory

109 Extra Hits! LASER High School Case Study

LASER STRAP BAT SPEED TRAINER CASE STUDY

LASER Hitting Factory. College Bound

Congratulations to Jack Rubenstein from the LASER hitting factory of Pace Academy. Jack is the first of many LASER prodigies to make the transfer from high school to college baseball, Emory University - Atlanta Georgia. Connected and explosive swing gives Jack a big head start over most college freshmen. Best of luck Jack and with a swing like that we're sure you'll have a great college career. PS, fantastic effort by the super coach Seth La Fera - guiding Jack over the course of the season. After viewing Jack's original LASER Strap video 3 months ago... the swing transition is remarkable. Jack hit wit a 250 average and 0 home runs in 2016. In 2017 he hit close to a 350 average and 3 home runs. Learn more About Pace Academy's 2017 LASER Strap Bat Speed Trainer Season 129 point improvement in team batting average (59% increase) 109 more base hits (264% increase) 58 more extra base hits (85% increase) 121 more RBI (144% increase) 41 extra base on balls (49% increase) 39 fewer strike outs (33% reduction) 13 more wins See the full case study https://thehittingproject.com/massive-increase-team-offense-wins/

Posted by thehittingproject.com on Thursday, May 18, 2017
  • 129 point improvement in team batting average (59% increase)
  • 109 more base hits (264% increase)
  • 58 more extra base hits (85% increase)
  • 121 more RBI (144% increase)
  • 41 extra base on balls (49% increase)
  • 39 fewer strike outs (33% reduction)
  • 13 more wins

Our Results Continue To Speak for Themselves

Pace Academy 2017 – Georgia, USA High School

Pace Academy won a phenomenal 20 games this season making it to the state championship round. A massive improvement from the 7 games they won the year before.

Thanks to Pace Academy coaching staff and especially Coach Seth La Fera for implementing our LASER Strap Bat Speed Trainer case study.

The team received expert advise from Coach La Fera who implemented our LASER Strap Bat Speed Trainer with all 3 teams including Varsity, J.V and M.S

Laser Case Study

LASER Prospect Alert: Jaden Steagall

220 point increase in batting average (220 point increase)

  • 2016 Batting Average: 148
  • 2017 Batting Average: 368

 

We featured one of Jaden’s LASER batting sessions earlier in the season (see below).

Extra BP work in Hotlanta! USA

This is how it's done during extra BP work in Hotlanta! USA. Video Credit: Seth La Fera Batspeedpowerhitting.com 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 (220 point increase). See the full details https://thehittingproject.com/massive-increase-team-offense-wins/

Posted by thehittingproject.com on Monday, May 22, 2017

Pace Academy is a K-12 college preparatory private school, located in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Georgia. Pace has approximately 1080 students.

Winning BP combination for H.S players

Click play to view a winning BP combination Pace Academy has used throughout the season thus far. Our Results Continue To Speak for Themselves: Pace Academy 2017 - Georgia, USA High School Overall Statistics W L T % 13 3 0 81.2 League Statistics W L T % 6 0 0 100 Pace Academy 2016 Overall Statistics W L T % 7 18 0 28 League Statistics W L T % 2 10 0 16.7 Thanks to Pace Academy coach Seth La Fera - you can check out more of his work Batspeedpowerhitting.com Pace Academy is a K-12 college preparatory private school, located at 966 West Paces Ferry Road in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Georgia. Pace has approximately 1080 students

Posted by thehittingproject.com on Monday, April 3, 2017

2016

2017

Georgia High School team B.A up 129 points - 121 more RBI - 13 extra wins. Implementing our LASER Strap Bat Speed Trainer. Players more than double average and power numbers.

Posted by thehittingproject.com on Monday, May 22, 2017












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