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Hitting Drills

Develop a short, compact swing by isolating the upper body.
Hitter sets up on their back knee with the front leg extended in front of the body. The hitter swings at the ball soft tossed by a partner concentrating on their hand motion and hitting the top of the ball.

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Teach the hitter strike zone recognition.
A coach pitches the ball from 30-40 feet. The hitter sets up at the plate with a bat, strides at the proper time, follows the ball with their head into the catcher's glove and calls "ball" or "strike" as the ball strikes the catcher's glove."

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Hitting Drills

In this 8 panel brochure, Softball Parents, Developmental League Coaches and Self-Coached Players discover how to develop muscle memory with these critical hitting drills ...

  • Warm-up Drills,

  • Tracking Drills,

  • Hitting Mechanic Drills,

  • Soft Ball Drills,

  • Tee Ball Drills and

  • Full Contact Hitting Drills

that professional coaches use to teach their players. 

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