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Discussion: Swing Speed Radar?

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July 13, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2581 posts
Swing Speed Radar?
Anyone here use one? I've found it useful to determine different bat speed when experimenting with alternative grips and swings.
I'll also post this on MM's new website, http://www.batmilitia.com.
I'll see some of you in Dalton!
July 13, 2009
phils57
Men's 50
25 posts
I use the radar to monitor my bat speed during tee work, also when doing the Macenko drills I use it for instant feedback on how fast each swing is. From week to week you can see the improvement in batspeed. You just need to continually take batting practice to keep your timing sharp.
July 13, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4249 posts
Phil,
I never would have figured you for as "t-ball hitter" lol
How you all doing where it's cool?
July 13, 2009
Wes
Men's 65
306 posts
Where do you get one????
How much are the???
Wes
July 13, 2009
pressguy33
39 posts
Bruce.......is this what you use?
http://www.swingspeedradar.com/
July 13, 2009
phils57
Men's 50
25 posts
I am doing well Taits. I'm an all-star in tee-ball. The radar units are $85-$100 all over the internet.
July 14, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2581 posts
Wes and Pressguy33, I bought mine through webball.com.
Phils57 is correct, search the internet for a good price.
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