It is optimal to have the bat path and pitch path intersect for as long as possible to increase the margin of error. And one more item, the more the bat path matches the plane of the pitch, the more likely of squaring ball thus creating big impact on contact. Just that simple.
RSBP'S Nick Oddo
Staying in bat path and plane of ball through hitting zone
Kevin Romo RSBP Hitting mentor getting into the power "L" position on a tough inner half pitch.
Hitting With Power
Jonathan Zarate Displaying total transfer, reflected by his head still behind the contact (ball), hip position and top hand transfer to front side, take notice his bat path and bat plane through the zone with palm up on contact in a nice power L position.
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within just two sessions! Please view our Testimonials page for more.
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