So, How Exactly Do I Gain 3+ MPH On Exit Velo

(In As Little As 10 Days)

While Also Improving Mechanics...?

Let me know if you have heard this myth before...

"Training With A Heavy Bat Will 
Slow Down Your Swing.."

In all actuality, if you want to increase bat speed and power...

You WANT to train with a Heavier Bat!!

But, There Is A HUGE Problem...

All of the other heavy training bats on the market are end loaded....

Kind of like a sledge hammer...

With the weight on the end of the bat, if we go to swing it..

The bat is WAY TOO HEAVY and it will break down your mechanics, right...?

Now, hold the sledge hammer below the weight....

Much easier to control isn't it...?

It is no different when you are training with the CamWood Bat...
With the added weight above the hands, the CamWood Bat allows you to train with a heavier bat..

Without Breaking Down Your Mechanics...

See, we added the extra weight right above the hands, Right...?

So the bat doesn't feel as heavy as it actually is...

Well, how heavy is the CamWood Bat...?

The Youth models are a +6oz, so a 28 Inch CamWood Trainer weighs 34 ounces, whereas the Adult model is a +12oz, so a 33 Inch CamWood Trainer weighs 45 ounces....

And I know EXACTLY what you are thinking right now....

That's Way Too Heavy !!!

But that couldn't be further from the truth...

Did you know the average weight of an MLB bat is 32 ounces...?

Well, here is a video of one of our 11 year old players training with a 37 ounce CamWood Bat!
As you can see, he has absolutely no issues swinging this 37 ounce CamWood Bat!

The reason he is able to swing a much heavier bat with no issues is because the design of the bat...

Little Secret: How To Use The CamWood Bat To Increase Bat Speed & Power...

This is what you came here for, Right...?

The best method I have used myself, and also with the players I coach today, is called...

Overload / Underload...

I'm sure you have heard this before, Right...?

For those who haven't, Overload means to swing with a heavier than normal bat in order to build strength...

Then, you combine it with the Underload bat, or a lighter bat, in order to build the fast twitch muscle...

So, you take a couple swings with the heavy bat (overload) to build strength, then you switch to a lighter bat (underload) for a few swings to train the fast twitch muscles, and you keep alternating.
Does that make sense...?

If you use the CamWood Hands & Speed Trainer as your overload bat...

 Combine it with your normal game bat as the underload...

You WILL Gain 3+ MPH On Your Exit Velo 
In Just 10 Days...  GUARANTEED

Once you get your CamWood Bat Today....

If you don't see AT LEAST 3 MPH of ball exit velocity increase after following the 10 Bat Speed Challenge with the CamWood Bat...

I will give you the bat

Absolutely FREE!

If you don't get the results I am guaranteeing...

I will send you a FULL REFUND!

So, there is ZERO RISK on your end...

It's either you get the results...

Or Your Money Back!

I am able to make this crazy guarantee because I have seen the THOUSANDS of players, including myself....

Drastically increase their bat speed & power by training with the CamWood Bat...

Could you imagine gaining 10 MPH in Just 30 Days...?!?! 🤯🤯🤯

I will ship this CamWood Bat out to you today so you can start seeing the results!

What Are Others Already Saying About CamWood Bats?

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"I went from not being able to hit the ball out of the infield, to hitting 15 homeruns OFF OF A TEE in just 30 Days..." - Caleb 12u

"In his first tournament after the All-American Program, Gray here hit back to back to back homeruns" - Gray 8u

Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of the Hands & Speed Trainer?
- With the added weight above the hands, when you start your swing, the weight promotes taking your hands to the ball. When you take your hands to the ball, you create the proper bat path to stay inside the ball and have a consistent swing.  With the added weight, training with the CamWood will increase your strength and also your bat speed!
- With the added weight above the hands, when you start your swing, the weight promotes taking your hands to the ball.  When you take your hands to the ball, you create the proper bat path to stay inside the ball and have a consistent swing.  With the added weight, training with the CamWood will increase your strength and also your bat speed!
What size is the CamWood Hands & Speed Trainer?
- The Youth Trainer ranges in length from 26 - 31 Inches +6oz on avg (28in = 34oz) 2.25in Barrel Size.  The Adult Trainer ranges in length from 31 - 34 Inches +12oz on avg (33in = 45oz) 2.5in Barrel Size
 - The Youth Trainer ranges in length from 26 - 31 Inches +6oz on avg (28in = 34oz) 2.25in Barrel Size
The Adult Trainer ranges in length from 31 - 34 Inches +12oz on avg (33in = 45oz) 2.5in Barrel Size
Is this bat too heavy for my child?
- NO!!! The way the bat is designed, the weight is near the hands so it does not feel much heavier than a normal game bat.  The added weight above the hands is going to develop proper bat path and increase their strength.
 - NO!!! The way the bat is designed, the weight is near the hands so it does not feel much heavier than a normal game bat.  The added weight above the hands is going to develop proper bat path and increase their strength.
What size bat should I buy?
- We recommend that you buy the same length bat that you swing in game.  If you swing a 28in drop 10 in game, we recommend the Youth 28in Trainer.  If you swing a 32in drop 3 in game, we recommend the Adult 32in Trainer.
- We recommend that you buy the same length bat that you swing in game.  If you swing a 28in drop 10 in game, we recommend the Youth 28in Trainer.  If you swing a 32in drop 3 in game, we recommend the Adult 32in Trainer.
Can this bat be used in batting practice?
- Yes, it is a normal wood bat so it can be used during batting practice.  However, as any wood bat, if you hit a ball off the end or get jammed, it potentially could break!  We recommend using this bat off of tee and front toss so we ensure no breaks.
- Yes, it is a normal wood bat so it can be used during batting practice.  However, as any wood bat, if you hit a ball off the end or get jammed, it potentially could break!  We recommend using this bat off of tee and front toss so we  ensure no breaks.