enhances your grip,
provides grip confidence,
reduces stress on your forearm
muscles and allows for an efficient
release of speed and power.
When the ball hits the bat, your grip could be your best friend, or your worst enemy. Here’s why: The power behind your swing starts in the lower body. The rotation of the legs and hips turn your shoulders and unleash your arms, wrists and hands. All of that lower body technique, core strength, and efficiency can be undone when the chain is broken by a tense grip that inhibits the transfer of energy.
A relaxed, confident grip maximizes the flexibility and fluidity of movement in your body.