Drill Number One
This article is going to give some different baseball hitting drills.
First of all, the reason why you separate the hit movement into different exercises is to the highest degree possible - isolate the different things involved. This is done, in order to become as familiar and well versed with every part, of the hit movement, as possible.
Let's go into the first drill, which is the coil. You practice this to make getting into the box, into stance, and into coiling routine behavior. To do this exercise, you need bat and helmet. Do this as a group with or without bats.
Every player will have the right grip on the bat, and imagine he steps into a batter's box (put something on the ground to resemble a plate). The players will now get ready for the pitch, and in stance. A windup will be simulated by the coach, and so will a pitch.
Let the player do the coil, and then freeze.
Look for these things: has the player maintained his grip of the bat. Is he comfortable and relaxed. Make sure that not too much weight has rolled over on the back foot. Are the hands dropping or going up and back.