Virberu Sports’ Better Baseball Player releases its latest practice videos for Vision Pearls Baseballs
Better Baseball Player from Virberu Sports, makers of scientifically engineered baseball equipment, released their latest training videos using Vision Pearl balls.
The latest videos released by the company go over various techniques that can be used to help players develop their own eyesight. It covers developing vision skills for pitchers, sluggers and fielders alike. Better Baseball Player’s videos are invaluable in helping players of all leagues improve and develop their vision skills.
Trainers can select their desired Vision Pearl balls in six different colors: blue, black, green, orange, purple and yellow. Each Vision Pearl Baseball is strategically designed to exhibit a “color blur” effect as it enters the batting zone. These tools help develop and maintain the visual skills needed for better throwing, catching, throwing, and hitting.
To watch the training videos, please visit https://www.betterbaseballplayer.com/training-videos.
The comprehensive exercise videos are divided into four main categories.
Vision Pearl meets
Vision Pearl Fielding
Fast ball toss
Fast ball toss
Each category is a generic term used for all relevant exercises for that aspect of the game. These drills are carefully curated to meet the needs of a wide range of players. The practice drills can be used by beginners just starting out in baseball practice and pros who play in national leagues but need to improve their skills.
Vision Pearl Baseball batting training videos include tee drills, flip drills, front short toss and live batting practice. Vision Pearl’s fielding videos include infielder drills, outfielder drills, and catcher drills. Each video is followed by an easy-to-understand description of the training strategy. Coaches also get a choice of positions and scenarios to maximize player performance.
Fast Ball Training Videos include pitching for 4-seam fastball training and 2-seam fastball training. Last but not least, the throwing training training videos include a grip explanation tutorial, throwing technique drills, catch and warm-up drills, infielder training drills, and outfielder training drills. Each fast ball drill video is followed by notes for coaches and supervisors.
The effectiveness of Vision Pearl’s baseball drills was experienced firsthand by the University of Minnesota’s Golden Gophers, who said:
“We have used the Vision Pearls with our players on tee drills, toss drills and short toss shot drills. We also use the Vision Pearls for defensive fielding exercises. We have the infield, including pitchers calling colors when we’re setting up groundballs or catching when covering a base.” said Rob Fornasiere, the assistant head coach at the University of Minnesota.
Mike Fine, the head coach of the 10-year-old team, has also used Vision Pearl’s baseball training equipment and training programs, quoted on the brand’s website as saying:
“Our team benefited from using the Vision Pearls because we used the Vision Pearls in a three-pronged approach to our batting practice – tee practice, flip practice and live batting practice. Our trainers believed that we achieved a very positive result as there was a measurable impact in terms of the boy’s productivity at the plate.”
Vision Pearls’ innovative design allows them to be incorporated into practice play, making them more effective compared to pure instruction.
About better baseball players
vision beads was created to promote vision training using training aids to allow players to improve or improve their batting and punching skills. The goal for the product was to ensure that the resulting technology was usable and of high quality, resulting in the Creation of the company’s Vision Pearls. Vision Pearls is complemented by FAST balls designed to help players develop their pitching skills.
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