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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...

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...

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...

07
20
2011

The Marriage of Rotation and Linear Translation: The Lower Half (Part One)

It’s no stretch to say that hundreds of thousands of words have been written on the mechanics of the lower half as it applies to pitching and hitting, and most of them are inflammatory responses between various “camps” of theorists that believe they understand the perfect motion of...

10
09
2010

Video: Purpose of the Stride (Dr. Yeager)

I love Dr. Yeager’s work – I own his DVDs and cannot recommend them highly enough to anyone out there who wants to learn more about the baseball swing. (Unfortunately, his DVD purchase page seems to be down at the moment.) His description of the lower half mechanics in this video are exa...

11
02
2009

Our Other Website

[fusion_text]Be sure to check out our other general baseball blog at Driveline Mechanics. We discuss pitching/hitting mechanics, sabermetrics, and general discussion about MLB!   [/fusion_text]