Category Archives: Softball Hitting Drills


Isometric Bat Speed Drill

Isometrics are a type of strengthening exercise where the muscles are put in static positions, instead of being dynamic through a range of motion. This bat speed drill is GREAT for building strength in the arms and shoulders, and will quickly translate into a quicker bat. NOTE: if you’re looking for more hitting drills to…

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Key Points of Softball Hitting: Stance

In today’s video blog post, we are talking about some of the key points of softball hitting as they relate to the stance. Check out this great checklist of things to focus on as you are preparing to swing and hit that ball. Key Points of Softball Hitting: Stance You are going to notice that…

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softball hitting drills for timing the pitch

Softball Hitting Drills for Timing the Pitch

In today’s video blog post, we are demonstrating some excellent softball hitting drills are going to help you work on timing of a pitch. As you know, in Phase 1 or the Stride phase, the hands have to stay back – especially when you are going after an outside pitch, an off speed or a…

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VIDEO TUTORIAL: 2 Dynamic Hitting Drills for the Slow Pitch

Girls softball players need to understand the importance of hitting drills.  To score runs and give your team a chance to win, they have to be able to make solid contact and move baserunners around the diamond. And to be able to establish solid contact they have to have lots of practice. Developing correct hitting…

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softball bunting drill

A Bunting Drill to Teach Proper Softball Bunting Mechanics!

Bunting is an important part of softball.  Besides hitting the ball to the fence, there is no greater offensive weapon than a robust bunting strategy. This is true for all age groups in softball.  Bunting takes precision and practice, and a bunting drill offers just that.  Check out today’s video that talks about some proper…

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