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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Albert Pujols Baseball Training Bats

All the Tools You Need for More Power. Want to hit better and have more Power behind your swing? The SKLZ Baseball Power Package has all the tools you need:

Power Stick
Improves batters' power and contact
Swing with heavier weight to build power, or lighten for more repetition.
Multi-position bat adjusts to regulation lengths: adjust length between 28 and 34 inches
Add or remove screw-in weights (1oz., 2oz., 3oz.) for combinations of -3 to -10
Swing weights
Durable steel design
For use with practice balls only (2 plastic golf-size balls included)

Sweet Spot Bat
Heavy-duty construction (2 5/8" - Adult version or 2 1/4" - Youth Version all-bamboo barrel and handle with reinforced fiberglass rod)
Strong enough for live pitching, great with swing trainers
Instant feedback and "sting" if hit too far off center
Improves batters' ability to hit on the sweet spot for power and distance
Multiple sizes to simulate regulation baseball bat lengths (31", 33" Adult or 28", 30", 32" Youth)

Variable Bat Weight
Includes Bat Weight and 4 weights of 5 ounces each
Fits all baseball bats
Remove or add weights to four separate and secure Velco® pockets
Weight gets positioned toward optimal "sweet spot" area of the bag
Build arm strength
Easy on and off design

--------------Variable Length Swing Trainer.

---Narrow your focus and broaden your game.

---Adjust the Quick Stick swing trainer to the regulation length you want, and get plenty of swings for maximizing hand speed, hand-eye coordination and contact.

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