“If one piece is missing, then it’s not really complete.”
A pre-shot routine is a foundation tool that develops steady rhythm for consistent play. A good solid pre–shot routine primes the body for the upcoming shot and brings a specific focus to the final delivery. It’s essential that it be repeatable and predictable.
Baseball players each have their own way of preparing to hit a pitch. What they do isn’t nearly important as doing it the same each time. Your pre–shot routine will be completely personal, but it should repeat the same physical and mental steps prior to going down on the shot. Here’s an example:
At this point, trust your stroke and pull the trigger.
Develop a pre–shot routine and use it for every shot you take.
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