The Pro Glider bat is absolutely one of the
best hitting tools on the market!

-Softball Today Magazine

How To

ProGlider 444 and the One Arm Glider
 
WARNING: to avoid personal injury and property damage, use only:
•to practice swing, do not hit objects
•by placing your hands on grips
•be sure you are clear of all people and objects before swinging
(with an improper swing the ball can catch at end of the bat and
go in a direction you did not anticipate)
•under adult supervision
The bat has 4 parts:
(1) shaft 5/8 x bat length
(2) handle and knob
(3) slider white plastic
(4) stop clear aluminum

 

Remove at least 2 balls. Place 1 ball completely on slider (3) (must be completely
down to bottom of slider, not hanging over). You are ready to take a swing. Outside
into a net or at an open field. Not recommended into a fence or any solid object.

Assuming right hand hitter.

If a simulated pitch would be down the middle of the plate, then a good swing with
the Pro Glider should produce the ball coming off the bat into the middle of the net.
If you cast, the ball will go to the right of the hitter (right field). If you hook your
swing or dont get full extension the ball will go to the left.

When you have perfected this inside ball swing you can now practice pitches that are not down the middle.

If you do soft toss, no matter where the ball is thrown you should hear only one click (both (3) glider hitting (4) stop and the bat hitting the wiffle ball)

To help hitter swing with an inside the ball approach:
without a ball on the bat place top hand (rt. hand) on (3) glider and slide it all
the way to the (4) stop. Place bottom hand (left hand) up close to the top of
the (2) handle. Now attempt to swing. If you cast, the right hand will not slide
down the shaft. If you do it correctly the right hand will slide down and the
slider and stop will meet. Be sure hands are not in a position that will get
pinched when slider and stop meet.


If you have any questions please don't hesitate to call. Alan

One Arm Bandit

WARNING: to avoid personal injury and property damage, use only:

• to practice swing, do not hit objects •

by placing your hands on grips •

be sure you are clear of all people and objects before swinging (with an improper swing the ball can catch at end of the bat and go in a direction you did not anticipate) •

under adult supervision •

bats should be cleaned after each days use

The bat has 3 parts: 1-Arm Bandit:

(1) shaft 5/8 x bat length

(2) handle and knob

(3) o-ring

Remove at least 2 balls. Place 1 ball on shaft, use o-ring to adjust starting point of ball. (balls take a little time to break in). You are ready to take a swing. Outside into a net or at an open field. Not recommended into a fence or any solid object. Players with good swings already, should be instructed not to change anything but their release point. Assuming right hand hitter: If a simulated pitch would be down the middle of the plate, then a good swing with the Pro Glider should produce the ball coming off the bat into the middle of the net. If you “cast”, the ball will go to the right of the hitter (right field). If you hook your swing or don’t get full extension the ball will go to the left. When you have perfected this inside ball swing you can now practice pitches that are not down the middle.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to call. Alan

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