with Ray Tanner,
University of South Carolina Head Coach,
BacktoBack National Champions 2011 & 2010;
the 2003 US National Coach of the Year; has served on the coaching staff of five US National teams, including as an assistant coach on two Olympic teams the 2000 squad Gold Medal and the 1996 team Bronze.
and Monte Lee, College of Charleston Head Coach, former University of South Carolina Assistant Coach
Coaches Ray Tanner and Monte Lee give a detailed account on the hitting techniques needed to hit the ball hard and often. The tape begins with Coach Tanner discussing the important points concerning bat selection, grip, position in the box and stance. Coach Lee discusses and demonstrates five keys to hitting indepth: focus, developing rhythm, separation, weight transfer, and staying square. Areas discussed include broad and narrow focus, proper loading and striding, and the four keys points on the body that should be striding to the pitcher. Tanner concludes the tape by discussing common faults and how to correct the faults in hitting such as: Lunging, wrapping the bat and not keeping your shoulders square. This is an excellent tape to insure that you are hitting the baseball hard and often!
37 minutes. 2002. rereleased on DVD in 2010.