Quick Hitter USA | The Ultimate Batting Trainer

IMPROVE YOUR SWING

The Quick Hitter Advantage

Coaches

Quick Hitter Soft Toss Drill

Using the Quick Hitter as part of your batting practice routine allows you to do the two very important hitting drills at the same time.

The Quick Hitter transforms traditional soft toss into a more effective hitting drill by "briefly suspending" a baseball directly over the plate and in the "proper hitting zone"

This new soft toss technique also creates a batting tee effect, only in a virtual sense. When the ball is suspended over the plate for that split second. It becomes stationary, like hitting off a batting tee.

The results are amazing! Your ballplayers will develop a swing that takes the correct path to the ball every time, allowing good hitting mechanics to develop "naturally".

  • Allows you to practice soft toss and do tee work at the same time
  • No more kneeling or bending.that's associated with traditional soft toss
  • Finding a parent to volunteer for soft toss just got a lot easier.
  • It's safe, keeps you out of harms way from a swinging bat, miss hits or foul balls.
  • Replaces the need for a batting tee.

 

Players

Develop Good Hitting Fundamentals

Proper mechanics are essential for being a better hitter, and it's especially important for baseball and softball players at the youth level to learn the basic fundamentals early, then practice them correctly and consistently.

The Quick Hitter will help you dramatically improve your swing by turning traditional soft toss into a more effective hitting drill that briefly suspends a baseball directly over the plate and in the "proper hitting zone" The result is a swing that takes the correct path to the ball every time, allowing good hitting mechanics to develop "naturally".

  • Promotes a level, more compact swing
  • Corrects over striding and the big wind-up
  • Prevents casting and reaching for the ball
  • Improves balance and bat control

 

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NOTE* Some videos were done in a backyard setting, allowing a better front view of the drill