BITTINGER PERFORMANCE INSTITUTE AND ELM GROVE ATHLETICS

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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Increase Your Bat Speed During Batting Practice!

The Hitting Jacket

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdC64wAn-LE

The Hitting Jack-It TM System was developed as a complete hitting system “by ball players for ball players” to provide immediate results, quickly build bat speed and power, and force the batter’s hands to work properly, thus creating improved technique.

The first and only weighted system on the market that can be used to hit “live” (with a pitcher) batting practice, the Hitting Jack-It TM System comes in four sizes to assist progressive training.

9 oz. – Ages 8 and up – Increase Bat Speed 12 oz. – Ages 12 and up – Increase Strength 16 oz. – Ages 15 and up – Increase Power 21 oz. – Ages 15 and up – “On-deck” size builds Big League Power

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You can save 20% on all purchases at www.hittingjackit.com by using the promo code MIKEBHJ20

Here is a hitting plan using the Hitting Jackit. Start by placing the red 9oz Jackit on the bat. Take 10-15 swings off the tee at about 75%. Remove the 9oz HITTING JACK-IT from bat. 3. Secure the 12oz (blue) HITTING JACK-IT and take 10-15 swings off the tee. Remove the 12oz HITTING JACK-IT from the bat. 4. Secure the 16oz (green) HITTING JACK-IT and take 10-15 swings. Keep the 16oz HITTING JACK-IT on your bat and take 8-10 swings of live batting practice. 5. Remove the 16oz HITTING JACK-IT and take 8-10 swings of live batting practice. If at anytime your form begins to break down stop and remove the weight from the bat. The weights are to be use with proper form. Do not compromise your form to swing the weights. If you have to work your way up then just continue with the workout that is above just stay with the weight that is comfortable.

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