Short Bat Training Guide - Hitting Development Plan 2.0
Tater Short Bat Training Guide
This program is for the player looking to hit the ball harder, further, and more consistently. Perfect for a preseason ramp up to gain an edge on the competition, or, a postseason push to kick start your off-season.
Using a one-handed and two-handed short bat are valuable training tools for hitters in baseball or softball. It helps to develop hand-eye coordination, bat control, and overall swing mechanics.
This Hitting Development Plan is the second rendition of a three-part, free program series. Start with our first to continue developing your offensive skill set over course of the next few months.
What you will need:
Tater-RSD (One-Handed Short Bat)
Tater-ML19 (Two-Handed Short Bat)
Training Guide Details:
4 week program
3 days per week
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Note: We recommend players swing two different lengths. The pairings are as follows:
If you are a youth player, (10-12 years old) - 22" RSD and 26" ML19
If you are a high school player, (13-18 years old) - 24" RSD and 26" ML19 or 28" ML19 for stronger athletes
For college and above, (18+) - 26" RSD and 28" ML19 for stronger athletes