You can set the Pop Toss off to the side of the strike zone and do conventional Soft-Toss Drills.

You can also place the Pop Toss in front of where home plate would be so you can simulate a pitch coming from the Pitchers Mound (we recommend placing the Poptoss in or behind a bucket when doing this to protect your tee). Adjusting the height, angle and spin of the popped ball allows you to increase your hand-eye coordination, bat speed and quick twitch muscles by giving less time to locate and track the ball while swinging or more time if you’re having trouble waiting on those Change-Ups. Remember to always watch where the pitcher’s mound would be until the ball is popped, then locate it in the strike zone and swing, this helps your hand-eye coordination as well as your bat speed and accuracy.