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Don' Trust the Spin

So so many coaches and instructors are teaching pick up the spin of the ball if you want to be a great hitter. They think that the spin is what the hitters brain is using to predict where and when the ball will cross the plate. Unfortunately for them and their players time spent analyzing information from the ball is wasted. They are simply teaching what they were taught and regurgitating a familiar vocabulary. Finding quantifiable solutions requires challenging this status quo mentality. Our solution consist of embedding depth and directional clues within the hitters visual field so their brain is forced to engage spatially. If spatial clues aren't used during training the hitters brain will use the least amount of energy to process and recovery 3-dimensional space.  Becoming a great hitter doesn't require spin recognition, it requires a brain that identifies strikes within a "vivid space" regardless of the spin. The canvas design seen here is what is allowing your brain to recover and see depth on this two dimensional canvas. Without the canvas clues, your brain would see a completely different image. Intelligently designed spaces can transform how your players "see their world"  You will need to dive deep beyound this blog if you want to know why spin/pitch recognition aren't applicable brain based concepts.

Don' Trust the Spin

So so many coaches and instructors are teaching pick up the spin of the ball if you want to be a great hitter. They think that the spin is what the hitters brain is using to predict where and when the ball will cross the plate. Unfortunately for them and their players time spent analyzing information from the ball is wasted. They are simply teaching what they were taught and regurgitating a familiar vocabulary. Finding quantifiable solutions requires challenging this status quo mentality. Our solution consist of embedding depth and directional clues within the hitters visual field so their brain is forced to engage spatially. If spatial clues aren't used during training the hitters brain will use the least amount of energy to process and recovery 3-dimensional space.  Becoming a great hitter doesn't require spin recognition, it requires a brain that identifies strikes within a "vivid space" regardless of the spin. The canvas design seen here is what is allowing your brain to recover and see depth on this two dimensional canvas. Without the canvas clues, your brain would see a completely different image. Intelligently designed spaces can transform how your players "see their world"  You will need to dive deep beyound this blog if you want to know why spin/pitch recognition aren't applicable brain based concepts.