5 Great Softball Pitching Aids For Fastpitch Pitchers Written By Gary Leland
In fastpitch softball pitching, spin is everything. The tighter the spin, the more violent the break and the more movement it has. Every pitcher should use this pitching aid! The Spintech Tightspin Trainer allows pitchers to practice spins with resistance, making her wrist stronger and her movement even better!
A truly portable home plate! The Strike Zone Mat is a home plate with three colored zones. The green areas are the ideal places to throw, the yellow areas are not the best place to throw a pitch, and the red is an area you NEVER want to hit. Add this mat into your pitching routine and you will see the plate differently.
Not sure if the ball has the correct rotation when you pitch? The Spin Right Softball Spinner is exactly what you are looking for. If you are not spinning the ball correctly, this disk will wobble and tumble instead of rotating and breaking. It comes with instructions that show how to hold the Spinner to get maximum results.
Are you new to pitching and are not sure when to release the ball? The Perfect Circle is the training aid for you! It comes with a DVD explaining exactly how to use this aid properly. After a few sessions with the Perfect Circle, you will be building positive muscle memory and consistency in your motion.
Have you ever wanted to pitch like an Olympian? Now you can at least learn the grips from one! The Christie Ambrosia Ball is an 11” softball with finger prints that show where the pitcher should hold the ball for certain pitches. It comes with a booklet explaining each color and has both left and right handed fingerprints.
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