Category Archives: Softball Conditioning Drills

Softball conditioning drills to improve your players quickness, agility, strength and speed.

4 Corner Catch & Throw Drill

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Drill Type: Catch & Throw Drill Purpose This multi-skill defensive drill teaches players many skills within the same drill!  Flat mitts are recommended, but you can do this drill with regular mitts as well. Set Up Set up 4 players roughly 20′ apart from each other in shape of a square (they are the corners).…

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The “Relay” Throwing Drill

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Drill Type: Throwing Drill Purpose: This is a simple throwing drill that is great for improving arm strength and assessing your best outfield throwers. Set Up: You can either have your entire infields and outfields out on the field, or just work one side at a time, depending on your available time and space. To…

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Ball Drops for Quickness & Speed – Softball Conditioning

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Working to improve your softball conditioning and athleticism is vital and can often make the difference between a win and a loss in a close game. Not only will your players be faster and stronger, but most importantly, they’ll be more resistant to injury. With just a couple of minutes at the beginning or the…

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3 Creative Softball Hitting Drills (Using a tire, string & block of wood!)

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In today’s video blog post, we are sharing 3 creative softball hitting drills that you can include in your next softball practice.  All you need is a tire, a string and a block of wood! The Tire Drill for Softball Hitting The Tire Drill is a softball hitting drill for strength, but it also develops…

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A Catcher Drill to Warm Up – The RIGHT Way!

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Purpose This warm-up catcher drill is something that your catcher should do to get her arm warm prior to doing any other drills during practice, so that injury does not occur. It should take your catcher between ten and twenty minutes to warm up her arm. Set Up This catcher drill starts at approximately twenty-five…

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