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The Swing Smarter site is all about batting tips cutting through the tar baby muck of online hitting information. You may remember the 4 powerful hitting concepts to turn any swing around no matter what body type or age?

Or how about the Top FIVE savvy batting drills we should be spending 80% of our time on in the cages?

And better yet, what does it take to be a power hitter? Ted Williams' book The Science Of Hitting weighs in, and we reveal the Swing Smarter D&T hitting method complete with invaluable batting tips to level the offensive playing field.

Important Note: we don't have to be 6'5" 225 pounds to hit home runs.

Hank Aaron (second all-time to Barry Bonds) hit 755 home runs in his career and was only 6'0" 180 pounds, while the all-time career home run leader in Japan, Sadaharu Oh, was listed at 5'11" 175 pounds, and was responsible for belting 868 tatters in Japan's Major Leagues!

These baseball hitting titans were swinging smarter NOT harder. But now, I want to turn the tables on you.

I'd love to hear your thoughts and funny stories on breaking out of hitting slumps, dealing with the worst adversity on the planet and surviving, and even about what you think of the current steroid controversy plaguing baseball...anything about baseball and hitting you'd love to share.

If you've played baseball and love it as much as we do, please share your tips or story with us! I'd love to include them in our monthly eZine, The Dugout: Hitting Baseballs from the Neck Up, or the rest of the Swing Smarter Web community, and I'm sure others who visit this site will thank you too!

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What Other Visitors Have Said

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Where to Snap, Where are the Hands, & Forward Momentum OH MY! 
Joey, When *should* a hitter snap the bat, and where should the hands be. I see it like this: Hands should stay back in the area of the back side …

How I Teach What Happens to the Hands During the Swing... 
Hands near shoulder at start of swing -- let your shoulders pull hands into circular path then...as quickly as you can -- reverse position of hands as …

For "Go-Getters" -- Give the Hands Something To Do Not rated yet
I think the natural athlete who is aggressive in going to the ball -- rather than letting the ball get deep, can benefit from giving the hands something …

Fat Grip Exercise Benefits Not rated yet
Thought I share what I did in high school and at the community college when I played baseball and ice hockey. I am also an avid bodybuilder and do lot …

Thank You: SS Like-Mind...Coach (12 years) / Hitting Instructor (6 years) Not rated yet
This site is so refreshing. My true passion is coaching and instructing. I have been coaching for 12 years, and instructing for 6. I have many friends …

Knowing is Not Enough: Take Ownership Not rated yet
As a coach, my radar is constantly set to receive any type of information allowing me to better present knowledge to my players. Attending clinics lets …

Coaching: Keys to gaining credibility, trust and producing success Not rated yet
Average Reading Time: 4.5 minutes The world is made up of many successful people. I'm talking about people from all fields. Successful people have …

15 Ways to Pressure the Defense Not rated yet
Article average read time: 8-10 minutes 15 Ways to Pressure the Defense... 1) Hitters know your strike zone. When a hitter knows his …

A Solid Mental Approach Not rated yet
A good hitter is one who is multi-dimensional. This means he can change his approach as the situation changes. If you've been around the game enough, …

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