What Is The M.V.P. Hitting System?
Welcome to the MVP Hitting System 2.0, The Most Complete System for Developing Elite Hitters! Over the past 9 years, My hitting program has been developed, dissected, evolved and rebuilt to give you the most current, comprehensive and proven system available. This program is 10 weeks long, and I require hitters to train with me for two, one hour sessions per week. These training sessions can be one on one or two on one. Training blocks are set up just like regular lessons.
My 10 Week hitting program first starts by molding your mechanics of your swing to allow for the most pure and compact swing you can produce. We will use high definition cameras and 3D imaging to analyze and enhance every aspect of the swing. This will be done through the HitTrax system.
As we continue to build on the fundamentals of your mechanics, we will introduce the Core Velocity Training belt. This belt is designed specifically to strengthen the core and aid hitters to FEEL the correct firing sequence of a swing. Helping us create that “effortless”, but violent swing.
While the Core Velocity Belt helps develop our core rotational strength, we will also be adding in the overloaded, underloaded, and hand loaded weighted bat training system. These bats are specifically designed to not only strengthen your swing, but quicken it as well. Building the bigger strength muscles and fine tuning your fast twitch muscle.
The final step in the MVP Hitting system, and probably the most difficult, is improving your vision and reactions. Through the use of Nike’s Strobe Goggles, we will train your eyes, brain, and muscles to work together more efficient to produce a quicker “swing trigger” from the first sight of the ball to contact. Essentially being able to read and react to pitches much faster.
This is a detail filled, intense program. For you to commit to the MVP Hitting System 2.0 already shows that you are serious about your swing, and serious about taking it to the next level! You will be required to fill out a Hitters Log after each session for the entire 10 weeks. This is not only to track and show your improvement, but a blueprint to your individual swing, for you to use as a training tool for every time you hit!
“I never set goals because I always viewed them as limits. If I set a goal that was too easy, it was an underachievement; if a goal was too hard, I was doomed from the start. I always believed that you will never set your goals until you fail. For me, failing is simply motivation to push beyond my limits” ~ Anonymous
"What you will find is that, what is touted, is not only bat speed but claims to make you into a "better hitter". Let's be very clear. The ONLY benefit of improved bat speed is simply a faster swing. What is the benefit of having the fastest car in town if you don't know how to drive?
Does this mean that we at The Center for Sports Skill Measurement & Improvement don't think that bat speed is important. Absolutely not. Bat speed is a vital component to success - just not the primary component.
THE MISSING INGREDIENT
There are a number of enlightened instructors, coaches and players who, like us, believe that the real measurement is not how fast you swing the bat but how fast the ball comes off your bat - EXIT SPEED. Last time we checked the defense was concerned with fielding and throwing the BALL - not the BAT! In over 3 years of preliminary testing we have seen hundreds of players at all levels and ages come in with "decent" bat speeds. Guess what their exit speeds were? In over 99% of the cases the exit speeds were below their bat speeds. What this means is that the players were generating good to great bat speed but didn't transfer that energy to the ball. In short their swings were inefficient. Does that make a player with an inefficent swing a bad player? No. Once again, just like a faster bat speed ONLY translates to a faster swing, an inefficient swing ONLY means that there is more efficiency to be gained - that is - more exit speed. All we are saying is that most players can improve their exit speeds significantly. What do you think happens when the ball is coming off the bat 5-10-15 MPH faster than before?
Bottom line is that it is still their swing and their careers and future in the game. They have to make the decision to make the necessary changes in the bio-mechanics of their swing to remove the current inefficiencies. Our research shows that a player's maximum exit speed (or max efficiency)is about 110-115% of their bat speed.
Therefore a player with a bat speed of 75 will max out with an exit speed somewhere between 82 and 87 MPH. If the same player can get that bat speed up to 90 (with an efficient swing) the exit speeds would be between 99 and 104MPH!"
|Starting Bat Speed||Ending Bat Speed||Change||Starting Exit Speed||Ending Exit Speed||Change|
|Avg. from 2015||64.17 MPH||76.5 MPH||+ 12.33 MPH||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Player A (Age 13)||56 MPH||63 MPH||+ 7 MPH||52 MPH||69 MPH||+ 17 MPH|
|Player B (Age 12)||55 MPH||63 MPH||+ 8 MPH||49 MPH||64 MPH||+ 15 MPH|
|Player C (Age 12)||61 MPH||71 MPH||+ 10 MPH||58 MPH||72 MPH||+ 14 MPH|
|Player D (Age 11)||64 MPH||81 MPH||+ 17 MPH||62 MPH||76 MPH||+ 14 MPH|
|Player E (Age 13)||61 MPH||72 MPH||+ 11 MPH||55 MPH||72 MPH||+ 17 MPH|
|Player F (Age 12)||60 MPH||74MPH||+ 14 MPH||55 MPH||70 MPH||+ 15 MPH|
|Player G (Age 15)||67 MPH||76 MPH||+ 9 MPH||67MPH||78 MPH||+ 11 MPH|
|Player E (Age 20)||68 MPH||84 MPH||+ 16 MPH||74MPH||88 MPH||+ 14 MPH|
|Avg. From 2016||-||-||+ 11.5 MPH||-||-||+ 14.625 MPH|
Please contact Ryan Copp for pricing and availibility
firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-831-6041