This drill teaches players how to slide with proper technique, both back to the base and advancing to the next base.
Here's a great drill that increases bat speed through underloaded training. This also makes a great warm-up drill!
Fielders learn to make a diving catch from a kneeling position, then progress to more difficult dives in this fundamental drill.
Batter practices hitting the ball where it is pitched in this fundamental hitting drill.
This drill helps players learn to read the pitcher and infielders, and get a great jump on the delayed steal.
In this hitting drill, players isolate upper body mechanics so they can work on the proper bat path and timing.
This baserunning drill teaches how to properly approach first base, by running straight through the base and not lunging when they get close.
Here's a great drill that promotes a short, quick swing. The hitter must focus on keeping her hand inside the ball and the barrel inside the ball on all swings.
Pitchers practice throwing from the mound, while focusing on their footwork, in this fundamental drill.
This drill teaches batter to take a full swing and follow through without slowing down at the point of contact.
Outfielder works on seeing the ball into her glove (or glove hand in this case) in this great drill!
This drill is all about timing - outfielders learn to run through the catch to properly transfer to the throw.
In today's video blog post, we are going to continue talking about windmill pitching, and some windmill pitching drills you can incorporate into your softball practice plan today! Windmill Pitching Drills
This multi-skill defensive drill teaches players many skills within the same drill! Flat mitts are recommended, but regular mitts work as well.
In this blog post, we are breaking down the windmill mechanics and demonstrating and awesome windmill pitching drill that you can use in your next practice!