Defining the Motions


"The question is not what you do differently from any one major league player but what do you do differently from all the best players in the game. What makes those players more efficient and more successful?  RVP lets you see the common principles that make these players the best in the game…See yourself next to the best in the game." 
- Don Slaught, RightView Pro President

The Hitting Equation

It’s not just about bat speed.

RVP puts the games’ best hitters at the plate to show how they combine the three measures of the swing - force, big zone, and efficiency.

 

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Stacey Nuveman - Jessica Mendoza - Jamie Clark - Jennie Finch


  1. Force (Power) – How much force is generated and delivered into the ball.

  2. Big Zone (Contact) – The longer the bat stays through the plane of the pitch, the greater the chances for success.

  3. Efficiency (Time and Energy) – The more efficient the batter, the more time and energy available to focus on how, when and where to make contact. Any jerk in the swing is an inefficient adjustment to the speed and location of the pitch.


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3 measures of the swing>>

The Mechanics of Pitching

The triple threat of effective pitching.

 

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  1. Power – The mechanics of generating arm speed

     

  2. Control – The principles that enable a pitcher to have a consistent, repeatable delivery.

     

  3. Deception – The ability to change speeds, create movement, and minimize any "tells" to the hitter.

                                                 

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 Fastpitch---Power, Control, & Deception >>