Bat Speed Increased 10 MPH in 12 Minutes on the Somax Power Hip Trainer

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New Somax Aerobic Exercise Machine for Baseball Increases Speed and Control

Somax Power Hip Trainer

Ten mph increase in bat speed is the difference between a double and a home run.

Somax Performance Institute (web: swing-speed.com/batting), the world leader in analyzing, measuring and improving batting mechanics, has just posted a video showing a baseball player adding10 mph to his bat speed after his first 12-minute workout on the new Somax Power Hip Trainer. His coach was impressed. “It’s the difference between hitting a double and a home run.”

The video showing his workout and speed increase can be seen at http://www.swing-speed.com/batting

By providing resistance to hip rotation with its special, high tensile strength spring, the Somax Power Hip Trainer enables baseball players to effortlessly increase their bat speed and reduce the stress on their arms and wrists.

"Inside every batter is a hidden speed multiplier: the 18:1 ratio of the 3” distance of their hip joints to the center of their body, and the 54” distance of bat’s sweet spot the center of their body,” says Bob Prichard, Director of Somax Performance Institute. "This means that any increase in hip speed will be multiplied 18 times at the bat. But since there is no natural resistance to hip rotation, the hip rotation muscles in most batters are very weak. The Somax Power Hip Trainer provides the resistance needed to increase the strength and speed of these muscles. The result is more bat speed with less effort."

The Somax Power Hip Trainer is only $275 plus shipping, with a 30-day money-back guarantee and is available at http://www.swing-speed.com/batting

The Somax Power Hip Trainer details

The Somax Power Hip Trainer is the only aerobic exercise machine to increase the strength and speed of hip rotation for baseball.

The Somax Power Hip Trainer adds speed, but also improves control by transferring work of powering the ball from the small arm muscles to the much larger hip rotator muscles, enabling the batter to use his arms primarily to control the path of the bat.

Players who purchase the Somax Power Hip Trainer receive weekly helpful hints to get the most out of their new aerobic exercise machine.

Athletes have also lost up to 4” off their waist in just two months working out with the Somax Power Hip Trainer

The Somax Power Hip Trainer construction

The Somax Power Hip Trainer is easy to set up and easy to store. It consists of a strong, non-slip steel base with a large high-tensile strength steel spring that easily bends to accommodate lateral movement, but still provides resistance to hip rotation. A steel connecting tube adjusts for different heights and a padded steel hip cinch with 2” wide nylon belt adapt to different hip sizes.

All parts are finished with baked-on black enamel paint for years of maintenance-free use and a DVD is included which contains 26 drills for both right and left-handed batters. Players also receive weekly emails containing helpful hints to get the maximum increase in hip speed with their new Power Hip Trainer.

About Somax Performance Institute

Since 1970, the Somax Performance Institute has helped athletes of all ages improve their performance by improving their efficiency. Their 17 Olympic athletes have won 44 Gold Medals and have set 11 World Records. Their pro golfers have won the US Open as a rookie, improved their putting from #113 to #1, quadrupled their tour income and increased their longest drive from 295 to 400. Their baseball players have increased their salary from $500,000 to $1.75 million after increasing their bases stolen, increased their long ball from 400 to 480, increased their velocity and strikes thrown, and reduced their 40-yard time from 4.9 to 4.27 seconds.

Contact:

Bob Prichard
Somax Performance Institute
Web http://www.swing-speed.com/pitching
Email. bprichard(at)somaxsports(dot)com
Tel. +1-415-435-9880

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