The Collapsing Front Leg upon stride phase is another common softball hitting problem that you see in many players.Â If not addressed early, it can continue to be a problem as the player advances in levels.
A collapsing front leg occurs when the batter, upon stride phase, collapses that front leg, placing all of her weight forward.Â This doesn’t allow her to be behind the ball, which is needed to provide power in the swing.Â In this position, she’s not going to be able to hit snap very effectively.
The cause of this hitting error is that the front leg doesn’t firm up upon contact when they swing.
A good softball hitting drill is to simply isolate that phase of the swing and allow the player to understand what it feels like to have a firm front leg upon contact when they swing.
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