One of the keys to being a successful hitting coach is to identify hitting errors for an individual and replace them with corrections. Ron Jackson, Boston Red Sox Hitting Coach, has proved to be one of the best at making hitters successful, as the Red Sox offense led the majors in 10 offensive categories in 2003-2004, leading them to a World Series Championship in 2004. Using player demonstration, Jackson shows some of the most common hitting errors and how to replace them with correct individual instruction and training. Jackson breaks down every component of the swing and approach going through stance, grip, contact point, plate coverage, focus, approach, and plate discipline. Jackson shares multiple drills to improve on these problem areas and develop good habits. Coaches will learn to better examine player's swings and make adjustments more easily, and players will learn to know their swing better and get the right "feel" of their swing and approach, via this excellent instruction.
50 minutes. 2005.
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