16' Line Drive Hitting Rope w/ 6 balls
1 - B-RamSports Hitting Rope
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6 - colored wiffle balls
1 - black drawstring carrying case
Instructions for use
The B-RamSports Hitting Rope is one of the most versatile hitting tools out there. The type of rope we use is only found in bulk from a high quality online retailer.A fully adjustable 16 ft. rope allows you to set up indoors or out no matter how much room you have. Hook each end to a chain link fence, or set up eye-bolts in your garage or indoor facility for year-round practice. Six baseball size wiffle balls are included. We like using baseball size wiffle balls for both softball and baseball to work on hand-eye coordination.
The balls should travel down the rope with little rope movement. For right and left-handed hitters and slappers. This product can be fully adjusted on one end of the rope to shorten the rope if needed. This adjustable side also allows you to replace the wiffle balls. This product comes with its own mesh zippered carrying case for easy transport!
This is a stand-alone product:
- NO TEE NEEDED
- NO NET NEEDED
- NO EXPENSIVE HITTING MACHINES
- GIVES YOU IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK
- CAN BE USED INDEPENDENTLY or with a player/coach/parent.
This hitting tool helps you identify and fix these habits:
- Pulling your front shoulder out too soon
- Dropping your hands
- Looping your bat
- Hand-eye coordination
- Casting your hands
- Level swing
- Dropping the barrel of the bat (poor wrist strength)
- When slapping, this hitting tool also helps you travel straight down the line towards the pitcher instead of pulling out towards first.
- Also helps develop muscle memory.
This hitting device can be used to practice:
1. Full Swings
2. Front Hand Drills
3. Back Hand Drills
5. Inside and Outside Pitches
6. High, Middle, and Low Pitches
(depending on where you set the rope)
Once the rope has been adjusted, it takes less than a minute to set up!
You can use this product with your bat or a shortened broomstick to work on front and backhand drills. Your parent, coach, or a teammate can also slide the balls down the rope to work on pitches at different speeds.
*View our tutorials by clicking on the tutorial link at the top of this page.