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Blast Motion is developing a personal swing trainer for young players
Blast Motion has developed a sensor-based personal swing trainer for young baseball and softball players, specifically designed to improve swing speed and trajectory.
From the company sensorswho round any bat into a smart bat, had already earned a reputation among professional, college and elite travel ball players for its 3D swing plotter, smart video capture and range of real-ttime metric. By placing the sensor on the button of their bats, players can instantly access analytics such as maximum hand speed, angle of attack, vertical angle of the bat, on–aircraft efficiency, rotational acceleration, early connection, impact connection, and all-important contact time.
The new Personal Swing Trainer, priced at $99.95, allows less accomplished baseball and softball players to take advantage of this same technology. in a personal scoreboard that uses green, yellow, and red indicators to correct a player’s swing and maximize improvement. Blast Motion’s goal with the product is to get players to start metrics at an earlier age with the goal of creating a better swing within a week.
Blast recently named a host of elite softball players as brand ambassadors. Earlier this monththe company added professional players Amanda Lorenz, Aliyah Andrews and Nicole Bates at “Team Blast.’‘ Two months before, Jocelyn Alo, Jayda Coleman and Kinzie Hansen of Oklahoma had becomes first active NIL college athletes.