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Bobby Woods Baseball



Filmed Through The Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting - New York City, Central Park. This Baseball & Softball Batting Video Is For Everyone. These Batting Videos Will Not Disappoint.  

    

"Mom Can You Teach Me How to Hit" was created to teach parents how to teach their children to hit a baseball and softball. Coach Woods fused his talents, from years of experience, into this unique teaching video. His laid-back manner, as well as his encouraging and supportive style, provides a clear and detailed description of how to hit a baseball or softball. The coach's demeanor helps set this apart from other batting videos. He knows the sport and also grasps the fundamentals of how we learn. Woods breaks down the process of hitting a baseball into small sections, that instructors can practice with a child, both at home and on the field. Coach Woods clearly explains the basic principles of hitting in such detail that it will eventually become second nature and can help any child hit the ball more often and with greater confidence. These batting videos will provide techniques that lead to confidence every time a hitter enters the batter's box. A story about a single mother who meets Bobby Woods with her son in New York City's Central Park. Filmed through the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting - NYC.

Jean Santarelli - Egg Harbor Twp., NJ

 Time: 1:13:08 

Reviews & Testimonials

"Bobby Woods’ instruction in his batting videos is peppered with phrases like “muscle memory”, “weight transference”, and “stimulus response”, but the video is so carefully organized by segment and the terms so clearly defined verbally and visually that any intimidation felt by parents of either gender – will be successfully relieved."
- Joe Lugara
Big Apple Parent Newspaper - New York City

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IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL LEARN

Muscle Memory

Seeing the Ball
Stance

Mental Imagery
Rhythm

The Stride
Balance

Follow Through
Grip

Release Points
Power

Tension Busters
Launch Position

Confidence
Hitting Placement

Stimulus Response
Short Quick Swing

Hitting Inside Out
Top Hand Release

Weight Transference

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