When coaching baseball it is important to make hitters understand why the mechanics you’re trying to develop are what you want. This video is, part 1 of two, of a talk to a high school team pointing out some of the advantages of what a good baseball hitter does. There is more in the iBook, Practice Baseball […]
When coaching baseball, please don’t neglect your outfielders communication. Like in the infield, start slowly and make sure they know not only how to handle the ball, but to communicate. We’ve found that the verbal, “ball” is easy to say and hear. The first to see he can make the play yells, ball, ball, ball, and the other yells back, take […]
When coaching baseball throwing, the grip is very important and probably the most often overlooked. Start with an explanation and do a “grip check” regularly. This video is from the IBook, Practice Baseball to Win, covers the basics.
When coaching baseball, to save time and get more done, combine infield drills that don’t overlap field space. Here is an example here is an example from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win.
When coaching baseball it is important to create a tension free learning atmosphere. For example, as expressed in the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, when hitting fungo’s, especially with younger players, the speed of the ball should be such that the player is comfortable enough to concentrate on the fundamentals. This is not a time to […]
When coaching baseball infielders, to save time and get more done, combine infield drills that don’t overlap field space. Here is an example here is an example from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win.
When Coaching baseball catchers, just like the other positions, it is best to start slowly and make sure they know not only what you want them to, but why. This video from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, gives you the basics of how to get started.
When coaching baseball, the first thing a hitting coach needs to check and review is a players grip and stance. This excerpt from the iBook, “Practice Baseball to Win”, gives the coach and player a quick overview that can be shown at practice on an iPad.