A Batting Zone to Boost Your Game

Located in our gym in Phoenix, Arizona, our indoor bat cage, is THE place to train your swing abilities and become the greatest.

Channel your inner Babe Ruth, polish your diamond skills, and witness baseballs soaring into the stratosphere. In Levels Fitness’ batting cage, the ultimate playground for power hitters.

How It Works

Schedule your 45-minute session. You can see the calendar here.
Players will receive access to the Hittrax Batting Cage with 150 swings.
Train your swing the way you want. Also receive help from a specialized coach.

Develop Your Skills in Our Indoor Baseball Training Facilities

Transform Your Batting Performance

Hand-eye coordination

Hit, but don't miss! Level up your hand-eye coordination and dominate the diamond.

Plate Approach

Master plate patience, read pitches accurately, resist deceptive offerings like a ninja.

Bat speed and power

Train hard to become a hitting machine capable of launching balls into orbit!

Swing Mechanics

Elevate your swing mechanics, perfecting every detail for a powerful and efficient swing.

Timing and Rhythm

Become a hitting virtuoso, harmonizing every swing with the ball.

Pitch Recognition Skills

Master pitch diversity, sharpen skills to swiftly respond to challenges with precision.

Take Your Batting Skills to the Next Level

An Unparalleled Baseball Hitting Cage


Enhance your game with our top-notch baseballs, expertly crafted for peak performance.


Step up to the plate with our fantastic selection of softballs. Designed for pure enjoyment.

Safety Equipment

Elevate your gameplay with our top-quality protective gear, guaranteeing peace of mind as you excel.

Video pitching screen

Analyze your throws in real-time, gaining valuable insights to fine-tune your technique.

Personalized Guidance from Our Dedicated Batting Instructors

Our expert coaches are committed to your success, crafting individualized training plans that cater to your unique needs and objectives. With their expertise and support, you'll stay motivated, overcome obstacles, and achieve remarkable results!

Discover the essence of Levels Fitness and meet our fantastic team!

About Us

The Best Baseball Batting Cage in Phoenix, Arizona

Experience the ultimate indoor baseball training near you at our top-rated facility in Phoenix, AZ. Our baseball cages offer the perfect environment to improve your skills.

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Take the Next Step Towards Batting Greatness

Schedule Your Batting Cage Session Today!
Don't wait, book your slot today and experience the best baseball batting cage in Phoenix, AZ!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I get stronger at batting?

Getting stronger at batting involves a combination of strength training exercises and specific batting drills. Strength training exercises targeting the lower body, core, and upper body can enhance power generation and bat speed. Additionally, practicing hitting drills that emphasize proper technique, hand-eye coordination, and timing can also contribute to improved batting performance.

How many swings should a hitter take a day?

The number of swings a hitter should take in a day varies depending on factors such as skill level, fatigue, and individual needs. It's important to find a balance between quality and quantity. While there is no specific number, focusing on quality swings with proper mechanics, focus, and intent is more beneficial than simply aiming for a high quantity of swings. 

It's recommended to work with a coach or trainer who can guide you in finding an appropriate number of swings based on your specific goals and capabilities.

What muscles help you hit a baseball harder?

Several muscles contribute to generating power and hitting a baseball harder. The primary muscle groups involved include the legs (quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes) for generating lower body power, the core muscles (abdominals, obliques, and lower back) for stability and transferring force, and the upper body muscles (shoulders, chest, and arms) for bat speed and control. A comprehensive strength training program that targets these muscle groups can help improve hitting power. 

How fast should you throw batting practice?

The speed at which you should throw batting practice depends on the skill level and goals of the hitter. It's important to start with a speed that allows the hitter to focus on proper mechanics and timing. As the hitter becomes more comfortable and proficient, gradually increase the speed to challenge their abilities. It's recommended to work collaboratively with a coach or trainer to determine the appropriate speed for batting practice based on the individual's needs and development.

How do I strengthen my arms for batting?

To strengthen your arms for batting, incorporate exercises that target the muscles involved in swinging the bat. This can include exercises such as bicep curls, tricep extensions, forearm curls, and wrist curls. Additionally, focusing on overall upper body strength and power through exercises like push-ups, pull-ups, rows, and shoulder presses can also contribute to arm strength for batting.

How do you make a bat hit farther?

To increase the distance the ball travels off the bat, focus on improving bat speed and generating power. This can be achieved through a combination of factors, including proper technique, strength training to enhance muscular power, rotational exercises to improve core stability and transfer of force, and practicing hitting drills that promote solid contact and timing. 

Working with a knowledgeable coach or instructor can provide guidance on optimizing your swing mechanics for maximum power.

How do you practice batting swings?

To practice batting swings effectively, start by focusing on proper technique and mechanics. Begin with tee work, where you hit off a stationary tee, to refine your swing mechanics and build muscle memory. 

Progress to soft toss drills, where a partner tosses the ball from a short distance, and then transition to live pitching or batting cage sessions to simulate game-like situations. Consistency, repetition, and focus on quality swings are key to improving batting skills.