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How does the machine actually work?

The BATACTION SELF-TRAINER Machine is a "self-contained" hitting machine that allows a batter to swing "full speed" at a ball moving at high speeds as it rotates around the machine's axis.

The BATACTION SELF-TRAINER action can best be described as a rotating forward and rotating backwards, wrapping and unwrapping process. The ball is hit and the powerbands wrap around the machine. The powerbands unwrap and bring the batter the next pitch.

Here is how the BATACTION SELF-TRAINER works, step by step:

1. As a the hitter first approaches the BATACTION SELF-TRAINER or starts the drill, the ball is still. The first swing will be like hitting a ball off a traditional batting tee.

2. The innovative BATACTION SELF-TRAINER uses bungy "powerbands" as its energy source. When the ball is hit, the ball will rotate forward until the machine's "powerbands" slow it down, stop it, and make it reverse it's motion.

3. The BATACTION SELF-TRAINERwill now unwrap and this unwrapping motion brings a moving ball mack to the hitter for the next swing.

4. The batter will let it come by at least once or twice and then hit the ball on the next pass. The batter must let the machine unwrap before hitting it again. This prevents the machine being wrapped too tight and the stretching or breaking of the "powerbands".

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Does the ball rotate?

Yes, the BATACTION SELF-TRAINER ball does rotate. It rotates in a circle 8 1/2 feet in diameter. The 2.75 diameter ball is molded onto a composite rod that is locked into the BATACTION SELF-TRAINER.

The BATACTION SELF-TRAINER circular ball movement allows the batter ample time to "track" each pitch as it comes in and leaves the bat.

The large circular ball movement closely simulates real pitching and real hitting conditions. The BATACTION SELF-TRAINERhigh speed ball movement drills are guaranteed to rapidly improve hitting skill and to develop incredible bat speed.

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How much space is required to use the Bataction machine?

How much space is required to use the Bataction?
Not as much as you would think! The ball rotates in a 8 1/2 feet circle. So a room 9 or 10 feet wide and 15 feet long will work fine. Most BatAction Machine owners use the machine indoors during cold or rainy weather.


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