Swing Thing (Review)

Swing Thing

Swing Thing

The Swing Thing is a batter's training aid for improving hand-eye coordination.  A coach, trainer, or parents stands with the pole and swings the synthetic ball around.  The Swing Thing comeswith an anodized aluminum handle, grip, and durable synthetic ball attached at the end of the line.

The Swing Thing gives you complete control over where the ball is and how fast the simulated pitch comes in.  The other advantage is that you can change the angle that it comes in as well.  This will give you the ability to simulate that rise ball or drop ball for fastpitch hitters.  For baseball you can simulate a sinker or a curve ball.  The Swing Thing just gives you the freedom you need to be able to practice the precise pitch that you need to work on.

This hitting aid is a great idea for your players to simulate to each other.  This way they start learning the different angle of the pitches.  If the person that is simulating the pitch starts to understand how to make that pitch happens, she can then use that information during a game and succeed when she see's that pitch being thrown

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  • hitting machine

    I have never used this product but seems like it would be a fun station during practice.