FiHitting Part 1: Maximizing Power & Channeling Strengthby Charity Butler
SECTION 1 - Maximize Power at the Plate:
Too often, hitters develop habits of under-rotating or over-rotating the back side. Even when the swing and rotation appear perfect , it's easy to waste some natural power.Find out how a playground, a boxing ring and a hot yellow car can help you understand the necessary fundamentals of the back-side drive. Charity will help you evaluate your own power and give you mental tips to overcome common mistakes. This fun tool points you to the perfect back-side drills to help you feel it, so you can fix it!
SECTION 2 - Channel Newfound Strength:
Even when hitters expend a great deal of energy, all power may not necessarily be utilized. Generating maximum drive is only effective when that strength is channeled in the right direction.What do a waterfall and soup cans have to do with establishing an efficient swing? Building on Disc and the focus of the back side, Charity explains and demonstrates the importance of a firm front side. She provides more mental tips and lower half drills that will allow you to make adjustments and to feel common front-side mistakes so you can fix them!
Charity played Division 1 softball for the University of Southern Mississippi. Upon graduation, she launched a professional softball career that has taken her across the U.S. and literally around the world. Charity is also respected nationally and internationally as a coach, instructor, writer and speaker. Some of her many achievements include: Two Time ESPN Magazine Academic All-American honors & winning a Swedish National Championship while posting a .610 batting average and .987 slugging percentage.