In this video, I show you my stop at contact hitting drill. This is one of my favorite hitting drills for baseball and softball players to perform a checklist.
Stop at Contact Hitting Drill Video
The stop at contact drill helps hitters check the position of their head, lower half, arms, and hands.
Additionally, it allows the player to perform a quick checklist to verify the health of their swing.
Hemo’s Recommended Training & Gear
Players, coaches, and parents ask for my advice regarding softball and baseball equipment.
As a result, I compiled a list of the baseball, softball, and coach’s equipment I recommend below.
- Hitting Courses
- Catching Gear
- Training Gear & Coach’s Gear
- Tiger Stick
- Heavy Bag
- Practice Net
- Tanner Tee
- Atec Tee
- Total Control Baseballs
- Pitching Mound
- Pocket Radar Gun
- L Screen
- Baseball Cart
- Advanced Player Hitting Drills
- Soft Toss Drills to Improve Your Swing
- Hitting Drills to Fix Improper Head Position
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