This series has practical techniques you can use to develop your hitters. From vision to adjusting for different pitch counts, you'll find this series very informative.
Coach Dangler leads off this baseball video series by hitting a homerun with the four areas of concentration for maximizing hitting skills.
Check out these mechanics and trajectory drills! Baseballs fly with red X's, black and white sides, red lines. Sounds...interesting...and it WORKS!
Here we go again...blue, green, orange, yellow. What's the deal with all the colors?! Coach Dangler knows they are the colors of a successful hitter. These drills are great for teaching hitters to track the ball.
Okay, no more colors. Rhythm time! This "Ball-Hit" drill is very effective for improving tracking skills by focusing the hitter on the rhythm of the pitch. Hey, if a hitter gets the rhythm right, he can dance all the way to homeplate.
What is your approach to coaching a hitter for success in a ballgame? "Plan to win," says Coach Dangler. In this video, Coach gives some advice on learning from the pros so that you can coach in the winningest way possible.
How do you teach players to make adjustments once the ball is in the air? You teach them to expect the pitch, of course. These adjustment drills do just that using 3 sets of counts - positive, negative, and neutral. This video focuses on the positive and the negative. Does that make it neutral? Watch to find out!
The count is neutral.... but neutral is a special count? That's right, and this video will explain how to coach hitters to understand the exception to the rule. It's about more than being at bat. It's about what you can learn for your next time or, for your teammate's turn in the box.
Attention. It's the name of the game. Well, actually baseball is the name of the game, but attention is what will help hitters make successful adjustments when the game is played. Coach offers some tips on information gathering both in the batter's box and in the dug out.
In this series conclusion, Coach Dangler takes us through an "At Bat" starting before that first step into the batter's box. Learn the three B's of batting....Not Right Here! Watch the video for goodness sakes!