Spring's Baseball Hitting Drills Videos - Free Tips and Clips..
View Spring's Free Hitting Clips
Check Spring's hitting tips video DVD clips.
After watching Spring's free baseball hitting tips video clips and Spring's new DVD - The Mental Side of Hitting™, your approach will never be the same.
One of the best baseball hitting tips you can receive is right here. Baseball hitters, coaching professionals and parents - take advantage of this opportunity to get you or your player’s mental side of hitting right.
Mental Side Approach to Hitting
Why buy Steve Springer's new hitting DVD.
Steve’s mental side covers a wide range of topics from setting realistic ATTAINABLE goals to the proper mental approach to hitting. This hitting DVD also contains powerful training tips including Steve teaching, explaining, and demonstrating hitting the inside part of the ball.
Let Steve teach you how to recognize the ideal type of power backspin that can be achieved when properly hitting the inside part of the ball. After watching this unique DVD, your approach will never be the same. We guarantee it!
Hitters and Coaches Agree
Testimonials from players and coaches at all levels - youth, high school, college and professional all confirm hitters improve their mental hitting approach. Buy the Quality At Bats™ CD and DVD.
Mental Drills - Training Techniques
Springer gets your mental approach right.
A hitter's baseball approach is extremely important. Keeping an even keel and staying focused on obtainable goals are keys for success. By concentrating on attacking the inside part of the baseball and hitting the ball hard - you have set attainable goals.
As a professional hitter with over 1600 career hits, Steve Springer’s new baseball hitting aid DVD - ‘Quality At Bats™ will benefit your mental baseball strategy.
Baseball Hitting Tips - Instruction
Spring's DVD includes hitting tips and drills.
The mental side of hitting is more important than acquiring the perfect swing. Trying to improve bat speed and getting the proper baseball swing each pitch requires proper mechanics.
The same goes for your mental approach. If the mental side of baseball is 90 percent of the game, then why do we not spend more time training mentally?