THE SPEED STICK  (red)


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Behavioral psychologists have determined that the learning process is greatly accelerated in any environment that provides both instant and accurate feedback.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The speed gauge is calibrated in easy-to-read miles per hour (MPH). To determine swing speed, simply swing the Speed StikŪ and view the top of the red indicator located inside the gauge. The speed gauge provides Instant, Accurate Feedback. No guesswork involved. This reliable information will make your work outs Fun, Exciting and Very Rewarding!
RESETTING THE SPEED STIKŪ
To reset the speed gauge lightly tap the handle-end of THE SPEED STIKŪ on the top of your shoe.
POSITIVE FEEDBACK
The speed gauge enables you to track progress on a daily basis. No guesswork involved. The positive feedback that it provides will server to inspire, encourage and motivate you to perform the drills on a daily basis

The Ten Minute Formula for Speed and Distance:
1.Hold THE SPEED STIKŪ with either a golf or baseball grip. Allow yourself at least 12" ground clearance when swinging THE SPEED STIKŪ. Repeated contact with the ground will damage the gauge. The gauge cannot be repaired nor replaced!
2.The speed gauge will always register the highest speed of each series of swings. View the top of the red foam indicator to determine swing speed. To reset the speed gauge to zero, lightly tap the grip end of THE SPEED STIKŪ on the top of your shoe.
3.When swinging, face the speed gauge window in the direction of the forward swing.
4.CONTINUAL SWINGING is the KEY to increasing swing speed. Speed builds on speed, creating maximum speed, through the SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTUM.
5.Make 7 continual swings with your dominant side. Start slowly, increasing the speed of each swing, reaching maximum speed by the 7th and final swing. Measure the speed of this swing at least once a week.
6.Make 7 continual swings with your non dominant side (as a switch hitter in baseball). Start slowly, increasing the speed of each swing, reaching maximum speed by the 7th and final swing. Measure this swing speed at least once a week.
7.Do two sets, once a day. Total swings = 28. Ten minutes, so simple!