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. The video linked here is one of several, featured in the iBook, “Practice Baseball to Win,” we use periodically as a review of the basics.
When coaching baseball, a scrimmage gives you live repetitions, review of situations, gets everyone involved, is competitive, and fun. A bunt scrimmage, as described in the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is no exception. Put a runner on base, if the batter gets the runner over, let him come back and drive him in. It’s fun and you […]
When coaching baseball you can protect your credibility, when doing drills like ground balls, displayed in the iBook, “Practice Baseball to Win”, by never ever saying, “it doesn’t hurt,” or “don’t be afraid”. Number one, it does hurt, and they will know you are either a liar, or naïve. And number two, you have to be brain […]
When coaching baseball the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, will help with practice plans and base running fundamentals like when to tag up and when to take a lead in response to fly balls. There are also almost 100 drills like this hitting video to show at practice on an iPad.
When coaching baseball, when working with younger, or converting a player to be a catcher, it is super important to start slowly and make sure they understand the fundamentals, this exercise from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is a good place to start.
The iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, has practice plans and videos like this hitting drill, that you, when coaching baseball, can show skilled players performing the drills on you tablet at practice.
When coaching baseball, teaching the players to use more than their arm when throwing is most important. This is one of the drills from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, that has proven to be effective.
When coaching baseball, pop up priority is important not only to make plays, but for he safety of your players. The basic rule is that the position lining up the deepest has priority. Periodic practice with a drill like this from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is a must.
In phase 3 of practice, group work, as outlined in the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, it is important to keep as many players active as possible. Standing in line needs to be kept to a minimum. This group work drill is an example.
When coaching baseball, practice like any other place, standing in line is boring. So, when coaching baseball, keep in mind that baseball players perfect skills by properly repeating a task until it becomes a habit. To keep baseball practice interesting and productive this multiple ground ball from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is an example. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEZ3cCUFAa4