Practice

The Perfect Pre-Game Warm-Up

All teams have a pre-game warm-up, but not all teams have a good one. Make sure your pre-game warm-up is getting your team confident, prepared and ready to win! It seems like coaches are always looking for a better pre-game warm-up, but...

 

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5 Keys to Increasing Pitch Movement

Micro-pitches start to break but they don’t keep breaking. These micro-breaks cause curveballs to finish too much over the plate, or riseballs to start rising and then stop around the top of the zone. Discover the 5 things your pitcher can...

 

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Fatigue Point vs Pitch Count

The subject of Pitch Counts really stirs up a lot of discussion.  So I want to talk more about Pitch Counts and how something called The Fatigue Point effects a pitcher's performance as well. The truth is, pitching a softball as fast as possible,...

 

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Are You Growing Your Skill?

While your body gets taller and stronger and you get smarter and more mature are you really using those increased talents to grow your softball skills? Make sure you’re not using your grade school softball skills when you’re now in high...

 

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Hitting: The Power of ½ Inch

Half an inch isn’t much at all, but it can make a huge difference in how your hitters hit and your pitchers pitch – be sure to find out how. Next time you don’t think a little bit matters then consider...

 

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A Quick Way to Pitch Faster

If you’ve been around pitchers for more than 5 seconds you know how obsessed they are with speed. It seems like enough is never enough when it comes to a pitcher and her speed.  Check out some great advice you can...

 

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Front Toss vs Side Toss

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between front toss and side toss? If so, you’ve come to the right place for the answer! To tell you the truth, front toss is really just a better version of soft toss. In...

 

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Hey Coach, My Arm is Sore!

In normal times, this would be the time of year when your pitchers start to get tired or sore, or both. This surely isn’t a normal year, but even so, what matters is that your pitchers know how to tell the...

 

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