02
14
2017

Coaching Hitting Mechanics Part 2: Application

In part one of this blog, we talked about the difference between internal and external cues when coaching hitters: Internal cue: having the athlete think about the movement of their body. External cue: having the athlete think about the effect of their movement. In summary, internal cues can have a...

01
05
2017

Training Hitters with Overload and Underload Implements

Driveline Hitting is proud to announce the release of the Axe Bat Speed Trainers, powered by Driveline Baseball! So, how did we get here? When I interviewed for the position of Lead Hitting instructor at Driveline, Kyle was very particular about one thing. It was imperative that the hitting program...

10
13
2016

Coaching Hitting Mechanics

We have a Part 2 to this series that demonstrates how we use constraint drills and overload/underload concepts. We get asked often, “How do you guys teach hitting mechanics?” “What movement patterns do you teach?” “What’s your philosophy?” Well, our approach is di...

09
23
2016

Introduction to Driveline Hitting

This post was written by Jason Ochart, Driveline Baseball’s Lead Hitting Instructor. The goals of Driveline hitting are: 1) Create a data-driven program for developing hitters 2) Conduct research to help better understand hitting  My background As a kinesiology student, I studied human movemen...