Just about everyone I know goes into slumps every now and again, this included me up until 2 years ago. Sometimes they would last 3 or more games. I nor any of my teammates had answers to help me get out.
First of all let's define what a slump is. A slump is not one or two bad games where you temporarily lost focus, it's longer periods of time. Also if you are hitting the ball hard but have nothing to show for it, that is not a slump either. If half the season is behind you and you are hitting .500, then you probably are not doing something right and you need to address your game. At the very least you have to admit to yourself that you are not being consistent. I hit high .600's for the last ten years and still would go into slumps every now and then.
What I know now is, timing & mental focus (eye contact) is the key to consistency and avoiding slumps, but I was always shooting in the dark when it came to this and no video I had ever seen would address timing. They all addressed mechanics only, which is important, but mechanics without the proper timing are useless.
Then I got lucky one day and the Perfect Timing technique came to me and revolutionized my hitting game. I already was a high 600's hitter with occasional power, but I found a way to achieve virtually perfect timing each and every at bat for very high average hitting, plus as an added bonus I added about 25-50 ft. of distance on my already 275 ft. power. I hit high 700's in three different leagues with big homerun power to boot with this new technique.
Information is worth far more than even an expensive bat. Knowledge is power. What makes a pro a pro? Is it only athletic ability that sets the pros apart from the masses? No. There are plenty of great athletes out there who never make the pros because of their lack of knowledge, mental focus and dedication to practice. Thats it. Plain and simple.
I have it all here for you. The knowledge you need, the tools you need to get good and I am dedicated to your success if you really want to go farther.
I really do get a satisfaction of helping others and watching and hearing about their improvement. I guess thats the coach in me. I look forward to helping you as well.............