Rapsodo HITTING 2.0
Develop the Optimal Baseball Swing
Maximize player performance with data trusted by college coaches and MLB scouts
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Design your optimal baseball swing with Rapsodo HITTING 2.0. Get instant and accurate data feedback so you can get better faster.
Advanced baseball swing analysis
Design your optimal baseball swing with video playback and instant data from Rapsodo’s HITTING 2.0. Our baseball swing tracker helps you make data-driven adjustments so you can increase exit velocity, improve batted ball metrics and optimize your swing.
Interactive baseball hitting tool
Hitting technology for every level
HITTING 2.0 helps coaches drive player development at all levels. Easily track player performance, store and review swing metrics on the Rapsodo Cloud and turn your team’s hitting data into actionable insights. Join the thousands of professional and collegiate baseball teams that use Rapsodo baseball hitting technology.
Changing the recruiting game
Learn more about Rapsodo HITTING 2.0 data and how it can help you get the most out of your swing.
Turn your batting cage into a professional field with 3D ball flight and landing location – know more than just that you hit the back of the cage.
Analyze swing mechanics with instant video playback. Replay each hit alongside HITTING 2.0 data and make any necessary adjustments rep after rep.
Take it to the field or leave it in the cage. HITTING 2.0's lightweight, durable design makes it easy to use anywhere you train.
Designed with coaches and players in mind, Diamond App gives you every data point and report you need at your fingertips.
Whether you’re hitting off a tee, soft toss or live batting practice, HITTING 2.0 measures every swing and gives you the data to help you improve.
The speed of the baseball as it comes off the bat immediately after contact.
Angle your ball leaves your bat relative to the ground.
The direction, plotted on a baseball diamond, that an in-play ball takes in flight.
The rate at which the ball spins during flight after contact, measured in rotations per minute (RPM).
The tilt or angle of the baseball from the contact point, measured in degrees, created by Magnus Force. The Magnus Force is created by the air pressure surrounding the spinning baseball on its path from the bat.