Dynaswing

FAQ

What is Dynamic Core Technology?

Our training bats contain Dynamic Core Technology, which is our patent-pending technology that is inside the barrel. Each training bat has 11-13 inches inside the bat where weighted material travels. When the hitter swings, the material shoots to the end of the bat, creating centripetal force. This momentum created forces the hands flat through the zone which prevents the hands from rolling over. The momentum also carries the hands through contact and extension which helps to create a more powerful follow-through.

How are your bats different from other training bats?

Great question. Most other training bats are heavier in weight and don’t reinforce proper mechanics. When training bats are too heavy, this can lead to fatigue, which will develop bad habits for the hitter. If the bat is too heavy, the hitter can’t get it through the zone and will be more detrimental than helpful. What also sets our bats apart is the versatility. Unlike most other training bats, you can use Dynaswing training bats for a number of drills. From dry cuts to tee work to batting practice, you can even use our bats off live pitching AND batting machines to simulate game situations.

What do you mean by audible correction features?

The dense material inside can serve as a correction feature. Before the hitter swings, the material should all settle towards the middle of the bat. This ensures the hands are in the correct vertical position prior to starting the swing. If the hands are in the incorrect position, the material will start to shift prematurely. As the hitter swings, the material should shift closer to contact and extension. If the material shifts too early, this means that the hitter dropped their hands and let the barrel drag through the zone, resulting in a pop up.

How durable are your bats?

Our bats are reinforced with aluminum tubing, making them virtually indestructible from the barrel up. Our bats are also made of very durable hand-split maple, which is harder and more durable than regular maple.

What size bat should I get?

When considering the length, we recommend getting the same length the hitter currently uses. Since our bats are so durable, getting the next size up is always an option. This means that the bat will last for multiple seasons, rather than dropping hundreds of dollars on a bat every season. When considering the weight, we recommend basing it off of the strength of the hitter. If the hitter is on the weaker side or still developing, we recommend getting a lighter weight, such as a -1 or lighter. If the hitter is more developed and stronger, we recommend getting a heavier length/weight ratio, such as a +1 and above.

How long is the turn-around time?

With all of our sizes in stock on our site, please allow 1-2 days before your bat is shipped out. After that, please allow 3-5 days for shipping.

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