Drills

Softball Drills for 10 Year Olds

When you’re coaching 10 year old players, the goal should be to refine the foundational skills they’ve acquired and introduce them to techniques that will elevate their gameplay. Since 10 year old players are still young, it’s important to keep ...

Softball Drills to do by Yourself

Sometimes, we don’t always have the luxury of having other people to practice with. Luckily, there are a number of great drills that will allow you to get out there and improve your softball skills on your own, anytime. In this article, we’re going ...

Softball Hitting Drills to Keep Front Shoulder In

In softball, a common issue that players have when trying to make a powerful hit is “pulling off the ball.” This means that when your bat makes contact with the ball, your front shoulder rotates too much backwards, opening your shoulders up, rather ...

Softball Catching Drills to Improve Quickness

When playing softball, speed is one of your greatest assets as a catcher. You’re up against runners who are moving at full speed, so every second counts. Once you have your basic catching form down, the key is practicing moving into and out of your ...

Softball Hitting Drills to Keep Weight Back

When we talk about “keeping your weight back” in softball, what we really mean is hitting the ball with your weight centered and your head between where your feet are planted. In contrast, one of the most common problems for young and beginner ...