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Do you believe this is the best way to be a better hitter?
March 17, 2015

Do you believe this is the best way to be a better hitter?

I made a bold claim in video #3 that I believed I know the best way to be a better hitter in the shortest amount of time.

If you didn't see the video you need to view that first for the rest of this email to make any sense. So take a look at my hitting better quicker video directly right now. I'll wait, so we can talk about it.

So what did you think?

Am I right? Am I wrong? Feel free to leave comments on that page or to email me.

But I'm going to press in on you and your hitters. There really isn't anyone who gets to the highest levels of anything, singing, dancing, athletics, playing an instrument, without that person getting a coach. Even the best in the world still have coaches.

To some of you, you've already bought in to this belief and are getting coached and I bet you're getting the results you want. Keep going, use me as a sounding board to see if your coach is up on the best and brightest techniques and can inspire you to go as high as you want.

To those of you who liked and even agreed with what I said but haven't taken the steps to get one, let's analyze 3 reasons why you may not have yet and see if we can't help you get over the hurdle.

I get my coaching at practice

If this is what you feel, you really didn't buy into what I was saying in the video, because if you think that 10 to 20 swings rarely viewed and critiqued by a trained hitting coach is the same as training, encouraging, and analyzing each swing and taking more swings in the allotted time, then there's not much I can do for you, because most of my other material on my website and newsletters is coming from what I've seen works best for you and your hitters from my 45 years of observing hitting from all levels and during that time being a student of the art of hitting as well.

Coaches of teams need to be concentrating on multiple players and positions, lineups, etc and even the best of us can't give the individual attention you or they deserve.

Can't find a Qualified Coach

So you know you need a coach, but how do you know if you have a good one and how do you go about finding one that's in your area.

As I mentioned in the video, sure it would be great if you lived near me in Ventura, CA and you could just work with me (if you'd like to work with me, call 805-642-5827), but you don't close enough, so what do you do then?

Ask around, someone knows. Check out the best hitters in the league, they or their parents will probably know, or ask the league officials, or get on the phone to the college or high school baseball coaches. They may give lessons themselves or know who's good in your area.

Don't Google "Best batting coach on the internet" because you know who that will lead to, but you could type in "best batting coach" + "your area" and see who comes up.

Price (Can't Afford It)

Then it comes down to money. You've already paid for the team, the uniform, and probably a nice bat.

We've all been there, not enough money left over at the end of the month.

But how much is it worth it to see that smile when the cheers go up for you or your child when they crush that ball and the confidence and pride that go with it?

It can easily be between $100 - $500 / month for private lessons with a coach that can really help you reach those next levels.

Great News!

I've got an answer to all of those tough questions for you. I've found a way to deliver hitting lessons over the Internet. These will be

1) private lessons just for you so you will have something to work on daily if you'd like.

2) You'll have a very qualified coach (now you can google "best batting coach on the Internet") that national teams trust.

And Best of All

3) The price for a whole month of lessons will be less than what many charge for 1 lesson.

You can learn the best way to be a better hitter . So take advantage of this special coaching now.

Talk to you next time

Coach Andy

6801 Dove St. Ventura, CA 93003


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