Hi, I'm Chris Richard with Personal Pitcher, and this is how to practice a perfect baseball swing. First of all, there's really no perfect baseball swing out there, but to get the most out of your ability, you need to be dedicated to your craft, so you need to hit 200 balls a day. There's no way around it, 200 balls a day. Take about 6 swings a minute, take ya like a half hour, okay? A half hour work, every day, to get your swing down. You're gonna need a tee, a catch net, take a lot of those balls and hit 'em right back up the middle off the tee. Set the tee up, right down the middle of the plate, and wherever your front foot lands in your stride, that's where the tee needs to be, at your contact point, mm-kay? Your contact point needs to be even with the tee. A Personal Pitcher, a machine that might pitch out a little Wiffle ball, or some type of pitching machine, so you can get used to strike zone discipline and actually get your timing. You need to see a ball moving at you to be able to get that timing down. 200 swings a day. Somehow, you gotta get that done. Biggest things with swings, balance, a lot of it has to do with your head, and your stride, and your stance, being connected to the ground, natural ability, hand speed, hand eye coordination, can't really teach that. Hopefully you have that, but you can really train your hands and stuff by using the tee and the machines. But, you gotta be dedicated, alright? Great hitters aren't born, they're made! So, you really gotta dedicate yourself to it, and good luck in hittin' those balls.