Develop a short, quick, efficient swing!
Step into the batter's box with three-time national championship coach, John Tschida, as he leads you through a comprehensive video library of all the drills needed to perfect the fundamentals and the mechanics required to drive the softball.
To open, Coach Tschida demonstrates, step-by-step, how to build a mechanically proper swing. He then leads you through 70 common mistakes players make in their swings and shows you how you can help them correct these faults. Tschida's covers the fundamentals, faults and corrections for the:
From there, Tschida demonstrates over 110 hitting drills that you can use with your team to ensure they are using proper form. These drills cover the areas of rhythm and timing, load and trigger, linear stride, rotation, power and bat speed, elbow connection and contact, extension, bat control, and adjustments.
The fundamentals, drills and corrections shown in this video will help you develop more fundamentally sound hitters for your team.
265 minutes. 2009.
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This a solid and well shot video that has great number very useful drills. Further, it shares some of Tschida's basic hitting philosophy based on his long history of video analysis. I believe most any coach will find a couple of useful nuggets. For a coach just starting out I can't think of much better place to start
A great tool to understanding the art of hitting the softball. John does an excellent job of laying out the faults of various phases of the swing and then shows how to correct those faults. The drills were numerous and well explained on what they were trying to emphasize in the swing. This is a definite must for players and coaches who are trying to understand the swing.
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