One of the most important things that baseball players fail to do is train their eyes to see a moving baseball. Your eyes, head, hands, feet and hips are the keys to hitting a baseball consistently. I'm going to start with your eyes first, because if you train your eyes to see and recognize movement hitting becomes easy. If you watch major league hitters you will see that all of them have very little head movement. Why? Because when your head is still your eyes can focus and see the baseball better, but when your head is moving your eyes can't see the ball as clear and the ball appears as if it's during something it really is not doing that's why keeping your head as still as possible is so important.
That brings me to your hands if you can see the baseball clearly your hands will follow you eyes to the point of contact on the baseball with the bat. But, if you can't see it you will never be able to hit it. Your front foot should be down on the ground all the way in a close position before the ball reaches the hitting zone. Right handed hitter If your front foot lands on the ground pointing toward third base or the pitcher your hip have open up to soon taking your power away from you before you start your swing and the same is true for a left handed hitter.
Improve your swing and hitting mechanics so that you can compete at any level of baseball or softball. Baseball and softball players should train their eyes to see a baseball coming toward them so that they can prepare for a 80-95 mile per hour fast ball.
Baseball vision training helps baseball players to totally concentrate and focus their eyes on the ball while at the same time training your eyes to see and hit a moving object. This hitting technique can be utilized in-door or out-door, day or night starting as early as 2 years of age and continuing into t-ball, little league, high school, college and into professional baseball.
This training technique will eliminate having to set-up or pick-up baseball after hitting balls off the batting tee. This technique works because as the ball moves back and forward in and out over the strike zone it forces your eyes to concentrate on the movement of the ball entering the hitting-zone.
Using the vision training techniques allows you to train your eyes to see and recognize balls and strikes crossing the plate while at the same time improving your swing and baseball hitting mechanics needed to play the game of baseball at the highest level possible. By using this technique along with the different movements and angles of the ball crossing the plate will also develop and improve the following:
* Plate Patients
* Plate Balance
* Hand / Eye Coordination
* Recognize Balls In Or Out Of The Strike Zone
* Eye Tracking
* Ball Tracking
* Reaction Time To Pitches Entering The Strike Zone