Batting Training: Baseball Swing vs. Golf Swing Differences you MUST know!

by Vinny Mazzurco on

Today we are going to go over proper Batting Training.  Whether you’re a golfer or not, there are a ton of differences you need to know between your baseball swing and golf swing.  Many coaches out there think the baseball swing is like a golf swing and teach the same mechanics for both and this couldn’t be further from the truth.

If you don’t know these differences you are going to severely hurt your baseball swing mechanics which will result in below par average & power.  Along with that you will end up with strikeouts, ground outs, pop ups and tons of frustration.

If you know the differences in mechanics and do it right you can easily increase your chances of making solid contact. Thus increasing your average, power, number of singles, doubles, triples and home runs you have in your game.  Watch this video to see what I’m talking about.

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Baseball Swing Mastery is JUST About on Sale!


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Starting Thursday, November 8th we will have a 4 Day Sale offering the Baseball Swing Mastery video program at our lowest price EVER!

We know that with the fall season here and winter coming upon us this is the time to start training for next year’s baseball season.  You DON’T want to start your training 1 week before tryouts next spring.

So, this is a little added motivation to get going with your off season training right now!


                      Nearly 50% off! ($47 $24)



*  Bonus #1: The 3 Most Important Keys to Hitting For Power ($47 Value)

*  Bonus #2: The Mental Game ($77 Value)

*  Bonus #3: How to Effectively Practice Using Hitting Drills ($127 Value)

The Baseball Swing Mastery videos will give you the step by step instruction you need to have your son’s baseball swing in the best shape of their life!  Don’t wait too long and spend next spring wishing you had done something sooner.

We’ll email you later this week about this special sale just for Mazzurco Baseball subscribers, which starts Thursday, November 8th.

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