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WHAT IS THE TOTAL CONTROL BATTING BALL (TCB BALL)?

The Original Total Control Batting Ball (TCB Ball) was developed for the Fastpitch Softball and Baseball hitters to develop strength and extension through the hitting zone and provide instant feedback to the hitter.

TCB Ball being used by Major League teams ... Texas Rangers, Tampa Bay Rays.

Develop Strength and Drive thru the Hitting Zone with this ultimate hitting aid. Designed to develop maximum strength and drive through the hitting zone.

A PURE strength development hitting aid For the Core and Upper Body. The TCB Atomic Ball is a 4.70 inches in diameter and weighs 900 grams. The TCB ball can be used for both Fastpitch Softball or Baseball. The TCB ATOMIC Ball is used for Side Toss or Tee Work Only. The TCB Website states that due to the heavy weighted design, start out slowly with 3 to 6 hits and increase to maximum of 12 in one hitting session.

TCB Balls are not recommended for indoor use!

TIRED OF EXPENSIVE TCB BALLS ?

TCB Balls Cost comparison to Smushball

TCB PRICE for 2 dozen is $189.00

SMUSHBALL PRICE for 2 Dozen $35.00

Smushball is a more cost effective alternative to the TCB Ball

 

CAN YOU NAME THE BENEFITS OF THESE PRACTICE BALLS:

 Smushballs vs Total Control Batting Ball

 

TCB Total Control Sports

TOTAL CONTROL BATTING BALL

Pros -

  1. You can use outdoors without a net.
  2. Weighted ball provides good strength training 

Cons –

    1. Not a good alternative as it is more expensive than baseballs.
    2. Heavy Weight Not Good for Indoor Use. 
    3. Balls are more expensive but break easy if used a lot. 
    4. The finish on the ball provides for a slick and slippery surface.
    Smushball

    Smushballs:

    Pros –

    1. Coaches from high school to little league both baseball and softball are switching to these balls.  Less expensive option and they are durable for multiple years as they do not crack or break.  (Still using the original ones from three years ago) 
    2. Can be used outside in rain, snow etc.  No nets are required.  Can be hit against fences with no damage to the fence.  Can be used indoors with not nets or cages. 
    3. Can hit against the wall with no damage to wall or ball or floor.  If the ball hits a pitcher, it bounces off.  For the batter, if they do not hit it square with a good swing, the ball will squib. 
    4. Can be used on tees and other exercises. 
    5. Can be used before a game and groups of players can quickly warm up with batting on opposing fields. 
    6. Can be used to help catchers with blocking drills. 
    7. A person can throw these balls without hurting their shoulders or arms. 
    8. Plus much more!

     

     

    Other alternatives to baseballs are: Wiffle Ball, Whiffle Ball, Pickle Ball, Rag Ball, Baseball, Indoor baseball, Indoor softball, Safety Ball, Batting Practice Ball(s), Jugs Balls, Plastic baseball, Dimple Ball, Plastic Golf balls, Baseball, Training, Physical education ball, T-Ball, Flip Ball, Total Control Ball, TCB Ball, Perforated Plastic Balls, Pitching Machine Balls, Soft Foam Safety Balls, ASI Heavy Duty Plastic Balls, Dimpled Balls.