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Softball Hitting Tips – Improve Your Bat Speed

By Coach Marc

If you’re looking for good softball hitting tips or proven technique to increase your bat speed and hitting power – I got one for you. You must use the overloading and underloading swing training protocol. Done correctly and consistently over several weeks, it will increase your bat speed. This protocol has been well researched by exercise physiologist Dr. Coop DeRenne and shown to work well.

Note: The audio on the video is pretty low. Many have reported they cannot hear it. In order to give you a chance to get the info contained in the video. I have created a little audio recording that explains the hitting training protocol I’m talking about in the video.

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Comments on Softball Hitting Tips – Improve Your Bat Speed »

August 16, 2009

sschick @ 11:43 am

I think its a great idea. I believe the promotion of the light bat work out is great to teach the muscles to work fast. The increase in weight to the heavy bat will increase strength and the regular bat promotes eendurance…Love it.

April 26, 2010

larry risch @ 11:32 am

I can’t get any volume on this…. my pc’s volume is up and not on mute….

May 5, 2010

Tara @ 9:24 am

I like this exercise. It all makes sense and it is easy. It should build up muscle strength which everyone needs! I can’t wait to have my girls try it!

kaci @ 10:02 am

volume cant be heard well

larry risch @ 11:13 am

Is anyone else havong problems with the volume? I have checked everything I know to check and I get volume on other videos all day…. what am I missing?

Brad V. @ 11:32 am

Looks like a great drill. I look forward to including this into our mix of hitting stations.

isabella @ 1:33 pm

I was wondering, could you turn the volume up please, I can’t hear him, and I’d love to improve my batting speed. My pc volume is up, but I’m getting nothing but a mumble. Thanks!

Milt Michael @ 6:55 pm

Great advice…thanks!

The 15% difference!

denny @ 9:25 pm

Thanks for the video. My almost 12-year-old daughter and I started this tonight and she really liked it. I think it will also help her with her mechanics. Its nice to see her get excited about a drill. I believe she can see the future payoff after only doing it once. Thanks again.

May 6, 2010

terry devo @ 9:42 am

no sound at all on this video

May 7, 2010

devo @ 9:57 am

I do love your videos but I can barely hear you. I thought it was the volume on my computer but it is not. Please make the adjustments. I learn a lot from your videos. Thank you

May 8, 2010

Cindy @ 10:34 am

no volume either

Marc Dagenais @ 12:08 pm

Indeed, the volume is low on the video. Look up under the video, I just have added an audio recording that describes the hitting training protocol to increase bat speed that I’m discussing in the video. You can listen to it on the audio player or just download the file.

August 21, 2013

charlie @ 1:39 pm

I would like to speak with someone about the first ever self re-setting adjustable training bat.
Bat speeds from 40 mph to over 100 mph.

September 18, 2016

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