Have you ever wanted to know how to wrap tape on your baseball bat? Did you know that there is more than one way to do it? Do you want to improve your swing? Did you know that your grip determines how well you hit? Have you tried different tapes or wrap patterns without much luck?
Now you can learn the best techniques for wrapping your bat. Whether you play baseball or softball, use wood or metal, Wrap Your Bat is the go-to site for online bat taping instruction. With a little practice, you’ll be wrapping quickly and professionally in no time.
There are lots of ways to wrap your bat. You’ll learn crazy-cool taping designs, great tips on taping fundamentals, unusual grip tape variations, and how the right tape can improve your swing. You’ll learn how to improve your game and even a bit of baseball history. And, you’ll find it here in one place with all the information you’ll need about taping products, baseball equipment and other stuff.
Here’s how it works. We’ll soon be posting bat taping clinics, starting with the design that we’re all familiar with: the simple spiral grip. Once you’ve mastered that pattern, we’ll build upon what you’ve learned with variations on the standard spiral, like adding different kinds of tapes, colors and designs that will improve your grip and add heft to the feel of your bat. The stronger you feel with your bat the more confidence you’ll have.
Then we’ll get into the braided wrap designs. These intermediate level wraps can add a whole new dimension to the way your bat feels in your hands. And with different colors and materials, they’re a great way to set yourself apart from your teammates and the competition.
Finally, we’ll get into advanced designs that are exotic and interesting in both appearance and grip feel. You’ll learn to wrap The Ninja (not a wrap for the fainthearted) and the Killer Sweep Turn, one of the most difficult wraps but really worth the challenge. And we’ll continue to add new wrap designs for you to try out.
We’ll also keep you up on the latest taping materials, bats and baseball gear, and we’ll throw in some baseball trivia to make it fun and interesting.
So, let’s get it done and start throwing some timber!
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