Power Development System
The Most effective Bat Speed Tool on the market!
|FAST BAT © - Bat Speed Overload Underload Training Device
Using the swing speed radar
to track bat speed can give
you immediate feedback to
track results, making it an
outstanding tool to use in
conjunction with Fast Bat.
|SCIENTIFIC OVERLOAD UNDERLOAD CONCEPT
How it relates to bat speed
Overload - Underload training was originally developed by Soviet sports scientists in the 1970's while
looking for a way to give their Olympic athletes an advantage over the competition. Since then, some form of
overload - underload training has been implemented in the Olympic and professional level of sports. Nearly
every sport has used overload-underload training with extreme success- leading to many new world
records! Now you can utilize these time tested and scientifically proven methods to improve your bat speed
for baseball and hit the ball farther.
|"FAST BAT" ©
Revolutionary Patent Pending Training Bat
For Increased Bat Speed
Our bat speed training bat design allows for resistance to be added or subtracted
internally, allowing players to still use the bat for soft toss and tee work – thus
developing the vital component of hand-eye coordination. The bat is correctly
balanced and weighted to the exact ratio needed to see optimal gains in bat speed.
|State of the Art Bat Speed Program ©
Unique volume regulating bat speed program designed by a certified strength
and conditioning specialist (CSCS) allows players to make rapid gains in bat
speed in the shortest amount of time. Too much training volume = overtraining =
no progress. Too little training volume = not enough stimulus = no progress. Let
our proven program take the guess work out of bat speed training.
|Strength & Performance How to Guide
Complete strength training for baseball booklet describes everything you need
to know for increasing bat speed, arm strength, running speed, agility, and
explosiveness. If you want to learn the latest techniques to totally transform
your game, this book will tell you how. Plus, you won't need any fancy
equipment or a gym membership to complete the workout.
|An in depth article on the rationale
behind the power development system can
be found HERE
Pete Fatse, a minor leaguer in the Milwaukee Brewers system, was able
to add 8 mph to his bat speed in only 3 weeks (9 workouts)! Check out
the videos below.
INCREASE BAT SPEED VIDEO: HOW-TO GUIDE
DAY 1: Testing
Major Leaguer Nick Gorneault has accomplished a lot in his 10 year
professional baseball career. Some of his accomplishments include:
Pacific Coast League (AAA) Player of the Week, leading the PCL in RBI's
(108), Anaheim Angels Player of the Month, California League Player of
the Week, California League All-Star, and Texas League Post-Season
It's safe to say Nick knows a little something about bat speed. It says a
lot when a player of Nick's caliber decided to train with the Fast Bat
and Power Development Program this off-season. Adding bat speed is
crucial to success for players of any level! If you don't believe it, just
ask Nick or any other major leaguer yourself.
||DAY 1 - Week 1
||DAY 9 - Week 3
|Average Bat Speed
|Top Bat Speed
Tested with 33" 32 ounce maple
"Fatse, in his first full season of minor league baseball, is putting up great numbers. In 18 games for the
Timber Rattlers, he’s batting .351, with two homers and 18 RBI. The 5-foot-10, 170-pounder has a slugging
percentage of .684 and on base percentage of .438. He’s among the league leaders in the Midwest League in
batting average, slugging, on base percentage and RBI."
-Bill Wells, The Springfield Republican (www.masslive.com)
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|"Minnechaug Regional product Pete Fatse of Hampden learning the ins and
outs of minor league baseball"
Taken From ESPN: Sports Science. ESPN, Sportscenter, and Sport Science does not endorse the
products on this site.
“Bat speed is the single most important factor in hitting for distance”
“Swing speed is much more important than pitch speed in the home run equation”
|The Science of the Home Run
|Kapinos named All-American
Karl Kapinos spent the off-season adding plenty of size and strength. After using the Fast
Bat and Power Development system for only 4 weeks, however, his bat speed climbed from
the mid 80's to the mid 90's. Kar initially topped out at 86 mph. He became the first player
I've recorded to break 100 mph after the training program though - HITTING 101 MPH!
For the record I've tested numerous pro players, former mlb players and a few top draft picks
and Karl is the first to break the 100 mph on the swing speed radar.
Karl demonstrates his new
bat speed taking rapid fire
swings. This video was
taken after a 2 and 1/2 hour
lifting and conditioning
session. Karl's bat speed
still was sitting in the mid
90's. It paid off big time as
he was named an All-
American for the spring