Bat speed is the one thing that all of baseball can agree on is important. 


It doesn’t matter if you try to hit the ball on the ground or in the air. More bat speed is a good thing. 


With all of the analytics available to players nowadays it’s hard to concentrate on the things that are worth their time. Bat Speed training should be at the top of the list. 


Every MPH in bat speed equates to 6 ft of flight on an optimally launched baseball  


Our students avg. 5-7 MPH on their average bat speed. That’s an increase of 35-42 ft on an optimally launched baseball. 

The reason you don't hear about a lot of bat speed training programs is because of the margin of error when it comes to measuring bat speed. When you may only be gaining a 5 MPH over a six-week program, a margin of error of 3-5MPH is unacceptable and counterproductive. As a player, it's discouraging to get an "outlier reading" that you can never reach again due to a "misread". That's why we spent so much time honing in the accuracy of the Bat Speed Recon™.