Challenge: Baseball + Softball Performance Video September 10, 2015, 2:56am

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Hitting is all about getting from point A to point B. How you get from point A to point B, though is what separates the best hitters from everyone else. Your main goal is to get the bat to the ball in the most efficient way possible. Sierra worked on keeping both her hands and weight back while letting her hip rotation generate the power today. A key to this drill is keeping your hands back to allow your hips and core to create the momentum. This allows for your hands to act like a whip as they travel through the zone to the point of contact. #challengeaz #challengesoftball #sciencebehindthesport #powerhitter #hittheballhard #rotationisking #itsallinthehips

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