BALL EXIT SPEED is how elite hitters are measured
In our camps last year, we had an average ball exit speed gain of 7 mph with our players.
Why is this important? Because a 5mph increase leads to 25 more feet of ball flight.
In MLB last year, hitters with a ball exit speed of 100-104 mph had a batting average of .561 on the balls they hit that hard.
Amazingly, balls hit harder than 110 mph translated into a .726 batting average.
The data is undeniable: the harder you hit the ball, the more success you will have and the further you will advance in the game.Here's an exercise I conduct at the start of every camp:
You're a coach attending a tryout.
There are 4 kids trying out:
1 has home run power and is putting balls into the parking lot
1 has gap power and is consistently one-hopping the fence
1 consistently hits line drives over the short stop and second baseman that roll to the fence.
1 consistently hits ground balls to the shortstop and second baseman.
In what order do YOU draft those players?
Where in your lineup do YOU bat each of those players?
Which of those players do you want YOUR SON to be?NO MATTER WHAT ANYONE TELLS YOU, BALL EXIT SPEED MATTERS!
WE CAN GET YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO BE....REGISTER BELOW!