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04
22
2020

The Hitting Intern Blog | Driveline Week 6

As a coach, I have probably used the word “compete” in a sentence way too many times. We are never satisfied with how our team competes during a loss to a team we feel we should beat. We also use this word to keep morale high in the clubhouse or to boost our egos when we played a good team close but...

04
18
2020

The Hitting Intern Blog | Driveline Week Five

Understanding Swing Design The main thing I wanted to touch base on for this week at Driveline Baseball is the process of understanding swing design. Swing design is a chance for a trainer to get one-on-one hitting time with each athlete, and it happens once every three to four weeks. I like to thin...

11
21
2018

An Introduction to K-Vest

K-Vest by K-Motion was originally intended for golf instructors since it provides a quick look at a player’s biomechanics and real-time measurements. These are then used to provide a mobile, and effective, biofeedback training tool. As K-Motion became successful in the golf world, it became clear th...

10
26
2017

Changing Pitching Mechanics

There is sometimes disagreement regarding how to change pitching mechanics or if it can be done. Some coaches feel that mechanics are relatively set in stone; others see mechanics as something that can change but with difficulty. Luckily, more research has been done on this topic. Today let’s review...

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...