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Digital Video Analysis — Go Hardball's Hitting & Pitching Instruction Technology
Compare Yourself to the Pros
Before you can improve, you need to have a clear mental picture of what success looks like. With our RightView Pro video analysis system, a Go Hardball instructor can walk you through a hitting or pitching motion indicating what is expected at each phase of the motion as compared side-by-side to some of the top professional players in the game today.
|* Price includes motion capture, instruction, and delivery of your video(s). Additional facility or cage rental charges may apply.
Professional Analysis Tools
Since you cannot see yourself when you perform on the field, RVP enables us to record a motion from multiple angles and play it back in slow motion so you can match what you think you are doing to what you are actually doing. Using on-screen analysis tools, our instructors can illustrate the key positions and measure the movements throughout the motion for a complete evaluation from start to finish.
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Communication Made Simple
Go Hardball's video analysis system is built with state-of-the-art technology and designed specifically for baseball and softball instruction. Using the RVP system, we can establish a consistent vocabulary definable on video, to help you and our instructors get on the same page. With just one video analysis session, you can gain a clear understanding of what you need to accomplish and allow our instructors to reference key mechanics with just a few words.
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Eliminating the Controversy
Most of the controversy over instruction stems directly from a miscommunication either between coaches or between coaches and players. Using RVP enables us to resolve the major controversies over the proper mechanics of pitching and hitting with the ability to slow down the motions of the best professional models and see them from every angle.
Nothing illustrates this better than the controversy between Charlie Lau's weight shift or linear theories, and Ted Williams' rotational theories. Both men were correct in their analyses but they both chose different principles to accentuate. The most efficient swing is a product of both linear and rotational forces. Ted Williams, Charlie Lau, and all of our Major League Models display the principles of weight shift (linear) and rotation in their swings.
Go Hardball Video Analysis focuses on what all the great players do and shows the linear move into rotation. It also illustrates what makes these players more successful or more efficient. Go Hardball defines these principles and delivers them in an easily understood fashion.
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