The Hitting Project is the world’s number 1 baseball hitting program* and was specifically designed for parents and coaches that want to better understand how to hit a baseball. We pride ourselves on providing quality hitting information in an easy to follow format – join the thousands of other members who are benefiting from our experience.
The Hitting Project is also the birthplace of The Adaptive Hitting Theory. We understand that baseball hitting is a challenge and have designed an “approach focused” system to hitting that moves away from teaching complex mechanics (which will get a hitter in trouble!) and focuses on simple approach/outcome focused hitting drills.
As a player I was lucky enough to travel the world and play baseball for 15 years. Lately, looking around the web, I noticed there are too many over-complicated baseball hitting websites that are damaging young hitters with far too much information.
The majority of hitting happens on a subconscious level, and too much information or over-thinking can get in the way of the baseball swing’s natural progression.
It’s time to get back to the basics of hitting a baseball.
If you take one thing away from our website — then let it be, keep hitting simple. Focus on the basics, don’t get caught up in over-complicated hitting theories.
Focus on a simple head down & opposite field approach, learn from our baseball hitting program and good things will happen.
Practicing the best baseball hitting drills is essential for the success of a young hitter. In order to obtain the best baseball swing a hitter must execute a high volume of repetitions. Selecting exactly which baseball hitting drills to practice can be a difficult task, as there are so many to choose from. In general, it is good to train with top hand hitting drill, bottom hand hitting drill, 2 handed tee drill, front toss and side toss hitting drill.
No matter which baseball hitting drills you decide to teach your kids, it is vital to remember to have the correct hitting approach. Each drill should focus on keeping the head down, staying through the baseball and in most cases hitting the baseball back up the middle or to the opposite field.
Already a member? Full instruction on how to properly execute Top Hand Front Toss is available in Week 5 Lesson 1 of your members only hitting program — or click on the video link above to access this members only hitting session.
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