Spend 2 days with Aaron Judge’s private hitting coach! Pick Your Session.
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Top frame is Judge before working with Richard...downward attack angle, front shoulder open, weak position to hit from. More specifically, In the top video prior to working with Richard, Judge is swinging downward, out of his load, and around the baseball. He struggles to achieve early bat speed because of this and is only in the hitting g zone for a short period of time.
In the bottom video after working with Richard, Judge is swinging down to up thru, snapping his barrel behind his load, getting behind and inside the baseball. Because of this movement Judge can achieve early bat speed that allows him to make decisions later, as well as being in the zone for a very long time. Swing is on plane and in more powerful position, loaded, behind the ball and powerful.
Date: February 9 and 10th
1. Saturday/Sunday 1 PM to 3 PM session
2. Saturday/Sunday 4 PM to 6 PM session
Ages: Approximately 9 years old to Professional
Email Jeff Quinlan at email@example.com to register.
Cost: $349 per player | ($299 pre-pay)
$50 Discount if registered and paid by 1/25/19...(comes to only $74.25 per hour to work with one of the best in the business!)
Open to parents and coaches who want to observe: Admission: $69 one day; $97 for two days
Players who work(ed) with @Teacherman1986
Aaron Judge, New York Yankees
Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs
Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies
Josh Stowers, Seattle Mariners, Played at University of Louisville
“I had been following Richard’s work online for about a year, before I had the opportunity to hit with him in person. It didn’t take Richard long to put everything together and help craft the high level swing I will take into my next season. I have received a lot of swing advice throughout my career, but nothing has made more sense. Richard teaches a big league swing through matching video. To see some of the work he’s done with Aaron Judge and Ian Happ affirms that he’s the best in the business at what he does.”
2017 Johnny Bench Award Semifinalist for Western Kentucky University, 2018 USPBL All Star, 3 year professional
“Richard is as good as they come. He is extremely talented at analyzing video as well as “feeling” what hitters are doing. This allows him to teach with tremendous detail. The feeling of contact is flush and the concepts make perfect sense. The stuff he teaches isn’t new, it’s what the best have done for the last 100 years. He just explains it and copies it with precision.”
-Robb Paller (@Bobby_Barrels)
2016 First Team All-Ivy league for Columbia University, 2018 USPBL All-Star, 2018 USPBL Homerun Derby Participant, 3 Year Professional