Training Hitters with Overload/Underload Bats

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May 2, 2018

Training Hitters with Overload/Underload Bats

Driveline Hitting is proud to announce the release of the Axe Bat Speed Trainers, powered by Driveline Baseball! When I interviewed for the position of Director of Hitting at Driveline, Kyle was very particular about one thing.

Bob Tewksbury on the hidden side of baseball

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How Science Helps Age-Defying Athletes Like LeBron James and Serena Williams Stay Competitive

LeBron James. Tom Brady. Serena Williams. Shalane Flanagan. You might have noticed that today’s biggest sports stars have something in common: Instead of slowing down once they pass 30–traditionally the age at which elite athletes begin to decline–they, somehow, get better. There are entire industries behind this longevity revolution.

A Numbers Guy Left the Front Office to Coach Prospects. Here’s What He Learned.

Sig Mejdal has an opinion on baseball players. It might seem radical, but he’s a smart man, a former NASA researcher at the forefront of baseball’s statistical revolution. Let him explain. “They’re our species, they’re not aliens for which we need some expert to translate and communicate,” said Mejdal, a special assistant to Jeff Luhnow, the general manager of the Houston Astros.

Are you setting up practice wrong? Understanding Movement and Action.

The running back takes the handoff and the hole that is supposed to be right in front of him isn’t there. He instantly darts to the right, squeezing between the tackles before shifting to the right to avoid the incoming linebacker. How did the running back decide to change his plan?

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