A Structured Program To Develop Better Hitters At All Levels
For Athletes and Teams
Why use Hitting Plyos?
For hitters from Little League to Major League Baseball, hitting plyos have several benefits including improved attack angle and immediate feedback, but improved contact quality is the most obvious.
“Good hitter” can be described with a variety of idioms – “has the hit tool”, “gets knocks”, or “finds barrels”. When a hitter struggles in these regards, it generally means he struggles to make consistent, hard contact. This can be due to insufficient bat path, negative attack angle, poor direction, etc.
For hitters, these issues can manifest as the inability to drive the baseball, remain consistent, or even ultimately stay in the line up.
Varying the load/density of a hitters training via hitting plyos can help improve hitters bat path, barrel direction, and consistency.
The most common responses from athletes and coaches who begin training with hitting plyos correctly are:
- “My attack angle is so much better now. I came around -3 degrees, but now I sit around 10 degrees.”
- “I feel like I’m on plane with the pitch much earlier now.”
- “I’m hitting balls harder and more consistently.”
Over the last few years, 1000s of Driveline hitters have used our hitting plyo free program to improve their bat path, attack angle, barrel direction, take their game to the next level.
But this hitting plyo free program is not a quick fix solution.
Looking for a shortcut? This is not the program for you.
Serious about getting better? It’s simple, but not easy.
Train as hard as you can, with specific, well-researched drills. And this free program can be your first step.
Athletes: It’s Your Career, You Decide
This 6-week plan can be the first step of a longer journey towards becoming the best baseball player you can possibly be.
Or it can just be a dead simple tee work and front toss progression, helping your swing stay dialed in year-round.
It isn’t up to Driveline to tell you what to do with your baseball career. And no 6-week program on earth is “the key” to a 1.100 OPS for the rest of your career.
But we can help you get the most out of whatever time you are willing to put towards your career.
Diligent and motivated. Those are the athletes that end up getting the most out of this program and their careers.
Coaches: A Team-Wide Tee Work, Front Toss, and Pre Game Plan.
You want the best for your hitters and the team, and wonder if you’re doing everything possible for them.
This get-started guide outlines a simple warm-up and throwing progression for hitters of all levels. And it makes time for recovery so your guys can be ready for the next day.
It is a 6-week long gradual on-ramp written for fall, winter, or spring practice. The first week of the program also serves as an in-season guide.
The drill videos and descriptions provide detailed explanations so you can be sure your pitchers are moving towards better movements.
It answers common questions:
- How to integrate hitting plyo training around routine cage work?
- When in the flow of practice to train with these?
- How to gradually on-ramp a team?
Here’s what you get for free
Our Get Started Guide to training with Hitting Plyos, a complete 6-week program.
Video Bank of all drills along with a detailed explanation of each.
A free tracking sheet so you can see how much progress you’ve made from week 1 to week 6.