I already own:
Hitting for Excellence Disk 1, Vol. 1-3 (Dave Hudgens)
Baseball Skills & Drills Hitting (Dr. Bragg Stockton)
I'm not real impressed with either of them. Hudgens teaches you to swing down on the ball...no thanks. Dr. Stockton seems to teach mostly linear hitting...throwing your hands at the ball and such.
I have researched a lot of the other options out there but I'm not sure what direction to go. My 12 year old is currently taking private instruction but I want another source for him to learn from.
I've also looked at:
Load to Explode (Mike Ryan)
Hitting Mechanics/Drills/Common Mistakes (Nate Barnett from "The Pitching Academy")
Super 8 Hitting System (Joe Brockhoff)
Rotational Hitting 101 (Chris O'Leary)
I'm sure this question has been asked a million times but does anyone have any suggestions on which one to go with? Maybe a list of what you do or don't like about each one?
Any help would be appreciated.