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The BatAction Blog presents baseball batting training tips, baseball hitting drills, and other information to help Bat Action owners produce unbelievable results from working out on the BatAction Baseball Trainer. Baseball coaches, players and parents will find this information very interesting and extremely useful. The Regular posts include new and innovative training drills and techniques to increase bat speed, improve power, improve hitting skill, and increase batter confidence.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Bat Action Batting Trainer - Questions and Answers

Question: Does the machine work for left-handers and right-handers, the same?
Answer: The machine allows a player to practice switch hitting without having to adjust or having to stop hitting. A right-handed batter and left-handed batter can practice hitting at the same height without having to change, touch or adjust the machine.

Question:What anchors the machine?
Answer: The machines heavy-duty construction and unique design keep it from "crawling or walking around". The portable unit sometimes needs to be "pinned" in the grass or sand bagged on cement if an advanced high school or college hitter is working out. Many of our owners never have to put additional anchors on their portable units.

Question: Is this machine worth the money?
Answer: Great hitting success is priceless! It only makes sense to invest money in skill-improvement equipment. In this case, for less than you have to spend on some bats, you can now buy a machine that is 100% guarateed to improve skill! A machine that will help that you get $300 worth of hits out of that high priced bat. Yes, its worth every penny you pay for it, plus much more! You will never regret buying this machine!

Coach Nick is so sure that you will find the BatAction Machine's a great investment that he backs each purchase with a 100% Money-Back guarantee. Order online or by phone.
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Hello Baseball Friend,
I welcome any comments or suggestions. If you have a question or a topic that you would like to read about, please leave a comment and I will try to address that topic as soon as I can. Good luck in the coming season!
Have a great day, Nick