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Need more pop in your bat!!??

Posted by on 5 March, 2011

Need More “POP” In Your Bat?

29 Days
or Your Money Back

You Will Add at Least 40 feet of Hitting Distance,
Even More, Using Our Proven Training
or I Will Refund Your Money in Full


In the next few minutes you’re going to learn some concepts about batting and batting power that will literally change your game.  Maybe you’re a player who wants to be more respected for your hitting ability, one that teammates envy, coaches drool over and scouts notice? Then what you need is my proven training system that will:


Increase your bat speed 5 mph (or more!) which will add 40 feet or more of hitting distance. Some players have tacked on more than 100 feet after completing this training!

Develop a powerful body core and quick hands that generate pure, awesome BAT SPEED

Increase Your Reaction Time – the ability to WAIT on pitches longer

Allow you to make consistent, hard contact – the hallmark of top hitters

Create head-turning POWER that everyone notices

For All Ages and Skill Levels

And no specialized, expensive equipment is required.



A PROVEN Training
Method That Will Have You
Crushing The Ball
In Just A Few Short Weeks!

Why Should You Listen
To What Coach Zawrotny
Has to Say?


Before we get started, allow me to introduce myself.  My name is Steve Zawrotny and I’m a former college baseball player and coach with more than 30 years in the game, from Little League through NCAA D-1.  I do private baseball pitching and bat speed instruction in the Oklahoma City area where I live, and strength program design and consulting with players around the world. What you’ll learn in my program is exactly what I teach my players, who pay me by the hour for my services.

In addition,

  • I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Brigham Young University (BYU) and a Masters in Business Management from Lesley College
  • I am a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • I’m the inventor of the BIG Z Power Training Bat & co-inventor of the Designated Hitter Pitching Training System, named “Best in Show” at the 2007 American Baseball Coaches Association national convention
  • I’m a clinician and speaker who has presented my specialized training information to coaches all over the US and in Europe
  • I’m the author of four best-selling training booklets and numerous training articles

Special Bonus #1

And How About I “Throw In” This 21 Page Special E-Report,

I’ve talked to scouts, coaches, and other experts to compile this exclusive, “insider” information. A $20 value, I’m making it available at no charge with purchase of the Bat Speed program!




Have you ever wondered just what college and professional scouts are looking for in a ball player?  How you measure up to these performance standards?  This FREE, 21 Page E-Report reveals details on the five key areas of performance of interest to college and professional scouts, including specific information on


Which tools are better suited for each position?

Running Speed to All Bases and 60 yard times

Throwing Velocity for Pitchers (all pitches), Catchers (including pop-times), IF & OF

The All-Important “Intangibles” that can make or break you, regardless of your physical ability

Bat Speed time ranges for ages 5 and up through the pros – a measure of your power hitting ability

Which of the five tools is considered most important?

How does a scout grade each of the 5 tools?



The information in this E-Report will provide a gauge as to where you are now as a player and where you need to make improvements in your performance to become a legitimate prospect.

Special Bonus #2

A 32 Page Report By Dr. Tom Hanson,

Winning Baseball From
the Inside Out

How to Do 10 Things Champions Do

Dr. Hanson is the expert the pros use to get their “mental game” in order, including the NY Yankees, Minnesota Twins, and Texas Rangers


All of This FREE With Purchase of the Bat Speed Training Program

Consider this:

THOUSANDS of your opponents are benefiting from this program as you sit and read this. So what are you waiting for? Your time has come to transform your game and become a FEARED Power Hitter while gaining the respect of everyone who sees you play!


After implementing what you’ll read in the Baseball Program to Increase Bat Speed &  Hitting Power, 2nd Edition, your next game could well be your best ever!

Thanks for stopping by, and all the best in your training, playing, or coaching!

Train Hard, Train Smart!

Steven C.  Zawrotny, MS, CSCS
Author/Creator of “The Bat Speed Training System”

PS: This offer is subject to change, so ACT NOW!


Rick Ling


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