PITTSBURGH – (1 min read) In Part 5 of “How Technology Unlocked My True Potential At The Plate” at the 2017 American Baseball Coaches Association Convention, Pro Swing Rx Master Hitting Instructor Dan Koosed continues his look at different case studies showing the before & after effects of teaching a swing that lends itself to a higher launch angle along with a larger exit velocity.
PITTSBURGH – (1 min read) In Part 4 of Dr. Buddy Clark and Dan Koosed’s presentation at the 2017 American Baseball Coaches Association Convention, “How Technology Unlocked My True Potential At The Plate”, Mr. Koosed looks at a case study of an advanced, 12U youth player who increased his exit velocity and launch angle and ultimately, his outcome potential & results.
As Mr. Koosed so eloquently puts it in the above video:
“It’s very easy to teach this stuff when you have the right information to unlock the handcuffs”
In case you missed Parts 1, 2 or 3, of “How Technology Unlocked My True Potential At The Plate”, please see the embedded video links below.
PITTSBURGH – (5 min. read) As part of their presentation “How Technology Unlocked My True Potential At The Plate” from the 2017 American Baseball Coaches Association Convention, Diamond Kinetics co-founder and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Buddy Clark, in conjunction with Master Hitting Instructor Dan Koosed of Pro Swing Rx in Anaheim, Calif., discussed how and why exit velocity and launch angle are so important, relative to hitting success.
In the clip above (Part 3 of our series), Dr. Clark tells us the physics behind the results and why physics dictate that certain launch angles allow for a certain amount of ball travel distance, relative to exit velocity.
PITTSBURGH – (2 min read) Diamond Kinetics is very pleased to welcome two-time College World Series Champion & consensus 2017 preseason Top 10 team Oregon State as our newest Premier Collegiate Partner, powered by SwingTracker.
Under the guidance of four-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year Pat Casey, the Beavers have won nearly 800 games including four CWS appearances and 10 NCAA postseason appearances, highlighted by back-to-back National Championships in 2006 and 2007.
As a “Strike Force Multiplier and Gear Partner”, Diamond Kinetics will donate one SwingTracker sensor to each winning team in each division, plus an additional free 6-month DiamondCLUB subscription for each member of each winning team.
“Diamond Kinetics is proud to be a part of the Strike Force Program to help honor the service of our military through the great game of baseball,” said Diamond Kinetics CEO C.J. Handron. “This is a fantastic cause and an ideal way to recognize America’s heroes with America’s pastime.”