Demonstrates the figure 4 finish of the fastpitch pitch with proper body angles and drive and proper fielding postion at the end of the pitch.
The instruction part of the video begins around the :55 mark. This video starts by showing the proper way to grip the softball and how to produce the correct spin for a fastball. Includes several basic drills to help the beginning pitcher.
A team’s defense is not complete until infield bunt defense is perfected. In most bunt defense situations the 3rd baseman has priority over who will get the ball. the 1st baseman, 3rd baseman, and pitcher are not the only infielders involved in bunt defense procedures. The 2nd baseman should also be yelling where the ball is going to based on the angle of the bat and where the pitch is leading to.
This drill is perfect for isolating the upper body mechanics of the throw.
This video deals with how the catcher should field the bunt. The area of the field that is the catcher’s responsibility is pointed out as well as positioning for bunts down the first base side. Explains how the catcher should scoop the ball off the ground with mitt and hand.
This video explores a couple of ways to use an Easton Training Stick, emphasizing how it can be used in pre-game warmups.
This drill focuses on soft toss batting practice. Demonstrates how to simulate a change-up with soft toss.
During the above video, you’re going to learn about a killer softball hitting drill that will help your players work on getting quick hands. It’s called the quick side bounce drill. This softball hitting drill works on throwing the hands quickly to the low inside pitch. You, the coach, will kneel in front of your hitter because it’s an inside pitch, and she wants to make contact out in front of her. You’ll say, “stride,” and then quickly bounce the ball to her from the side. If the hitter’s hands are a little late, the ball will get too far [More]
This video shows the leap and drag technique for fastpitch pitchers. Shows proper leap with drag foot staying on ground when it leaves the mound.