The best swing training aid!
Chute Trainer is a patented sport training aid that WILL help your game. It may look unconventional but Olympic Sprinters, NFL players and Major League baseball athletes have been using “chutes” to increase performance for years. We’ve taken that same concept and adapted it as a swing training aid for golf, baseball, softball, tennis and hockey.
- Lightweight, portable and easy to use
- Easily fits in a bag or pocket
- Strengthens muscles used in a golf or bat swing
- Provides balance, timing, tempo, power and strength
- Used to warm up before play and as a training aid
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I refer people to your website every chance I get. I love your product because it works and the results can be felt immediately. Anytime I’m asked about the chute trainer I let people demo it for themselves. It works. – Joe A.
Why Chute Trainer Products Are Better Than Weighted Clubs or Bats
Bat Chute drills by Coach Lisa, Owner and Founder of Challenge U Softball.
Does warming up by swinging a weighted bat or golf club really help you? Science explains the facts in this Discovery Channel episode as they investigate the truth of using weighted training aids in baseball and golf. The golf segment comes up around the 5 minute mark and will surprise you.
What is the science behind Chute Trainer?
Targeting and firing fast twitch muscle fibers is key to all Chute Trainer products. With just 6 to 8 swings of the Golf Chute, for example, you can increase your club head speed 5 to 10 mph. After working out with the Throwing Chute, we’ve seen softball pitchers increase their speed by 3 to 5 mph in just 30 days. Whether you golf, play tennis, or throw a football, we have an affordable swing training aid that will improve your game.
Our patented products open and capture air providing just the right amount of resistance to prime fast twitch muscle fibers. Too much resistance would defeat the purpose and incorporate slow twitch fibers, those used for heavy lifting and endurance.