Batspeed Training - Velocity Stick Swing Trainer

Regular price $19.97


A good swing starts from the ground up. Learn how to develop faster bat speed with the Velocity Stick, a revolutionary new baseball training aid. This lightweight, underloaded bat forces you to swing faster because of its under-load technology.

The Velocity Stick is a versatile training aid that can benefit players of all levels, from beginners to pros.

Here are some of the benefits of using the Velocity Stick:

  • Increased bat speed: The lightweight design of the Velocity Stick forces you to swing faster in order to make contact with the ball. This will help you develop faster bat speed, which will translate into more power and distance off the bat.
  • Improved hand-eye coordination: The Velocity Stick is a great way to improve your hand-eye coordination. The lightweight design of the bat makes it easy to swing quickly, which will help you develop better timing and accuracy.
  • More swings: The lightweight design of the Velocity Stick allows you to take more swings without getting tired. This will help you build up your bat speed and strength.
  • Fun and easy to use: The Velocity Stick is a fun and easy-to-use training aid. It is perfect for practicing at home or on the field.

In addition to these benefits, the Velocity Stick is also made from durable materials that can withstand years of use. It is a versatile training aid that can be used by players of all levels, making it a great investment for any baseball or softball player.

Why choose us?

The Quality At-bats Mission

Quality At-Bats in baseball starts with changing what you think success is from getting hits to hitting the ball with an attainable goal to hit the ball hard.

Here's the thing. Baseball is the BIGGEST self-esteem destroying sport in the world.

90% of hitting is how you feel when walking up to the plate.

So here's the question. If hitting is about confidence, the question is, how do we create more confidence?



"When I'm in a funk, Spring knows he's getting a call. Thanks Spring!"

Nolan Arenado
Drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 2nd round of the 2009 amateur draft.

"Springer connects the dots for me. He makes this make sense!"

Paul Goldschmidt
Arizona Diamondbacks - MLB All-Star - Drafted in the 8th round

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