History Of Softball Part 8 with Dot Richardson

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History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson Part 8

Welcome to part 8 in my series on the History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson. On this episode Dot takes us on a tour of the Softball History Museum in OKC. She shares her memories and experiences of softball through all her years playing the sport. Dot honors the Class of 2015 Hall of Fame inductees. And leads us through the Hall of Fame circle and into the Team USA room remembering her Olympic Days.

A special thanks to Alison Strange for all her help and advice on this project. And The National Softball Hall Of Fame in Oklahoma City, OK. – Produced By Gary Leland

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How Often Can A Pitcher Pitch Each Week? – Dr. Sherry Werner – 124

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How Often Can A Pitcher Safely Pitch Each Week? Dr. Sherry Werner

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In this episode of the Fastpitch Softball Chat Show, Dr. Sherry Werner from the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy, answers a frequently asked question from parents of softball pitchers. She tells us why she doesn’t allow a pitcher at 16U and under to pitch more than 3 days a week.

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Sherry Werner Sherry Werner, PhD is currently a biomechanics consultant with Ben Hogan Sports Medicine, TMI Sports Medicine, and Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine, and a pitching instructor at the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy. She has held research positions at the United States Olympic Training Center. She received a MS degree in Biomechanics from Indiana University in 1989 and a PhD in Biomechanics from The Pennsylvania State University in 1995. Past projects include data collection and analysis of elite softball pitchers during the 1996 Olympic Games.

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History Of Softball Part 7 with Dot Richardson

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History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson Part 7

Welcome to part 7 in my series on the History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson. On this episode Dot is joined by 2-Time Olympian Michele Smith. Follow along as they discuss her career and journey into fastpitch softball. She has been ESPN’s lead college softball color analyst since 1998. In 2012, Smith became the first woman to serve as commentator for a nationally-televised Major League Baseball game.

A special thanks to Alison Strange for all her help and advice on this project. And The National Softball Hall Of Fame in Oklahoma City, OK. – Produced By Gary Leland

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When Is To Young To Start Pitching Lessons? – Dr. Sherry Werner – 123

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How Young Is To Young To Start A Girl In Fastpitch Softball Pitching Lessons? Dr. Sherry Werner

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In this episode of the Fastpitch Softball Chat Show, Dr. Sherry Werner from the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy, returns to discuss what age is to young to start training lessons for a new fastpitch player wanting to learn the windmill style of pitching.

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Sherry Werner Sherry Werner, PhD is currently a biomechanics consultant with Ben Hogan Sports Medicine, TMI Sports Medicine, and Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine, and a pitching instructor at the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy. She has held research positions at the United States Olympic Training Center. She received a MS degree in Biomechanics from Indiana University in 1989 and a PhD in Biomechanics from The Pennsylvania State University in 1995. Past projects include data collection and analysis of elite softball pitchers during the 1996 Olympic Games.

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History Of Softball Part 6 with Dot Richardson

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History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson Part 6

Welcome to part 6 in my series on the History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson. On todays show Dot takes a tour of the ASA softball hall of fame with 2-Time Olympian Jessica Mendoza. Follow along as they discuss junior softball, travel ball, and the junior olympics. Also joined by special guests Beth Mowins & Michelle Smith, the professional casters of women’s softball.

A special thanks to Alison Strange for all her help and advice on this project. And The National Softball Hall Of Fame in Oklahoma City, OK. – Produced By Gary Leland

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Which is the Hardest Pitch to Learn? – Dr. Sherry Werner – 122

Windmill Pitching Training

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What is the hardest pitch to learn in fastpitch softball? with Dr. Sherry Werner

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In this episode of the Fastpitch Softball Chat Show, Dr. Sherry Werner from the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy is here to answer another major question she recieves from new pitchers. Which pitch is the most difficult to learn and train, to deliver the ball correctly in windmill pitching.

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Sherry Werner Sherry Werner, PhD is currently a biomechanics consultant with Ben Hogan Sports Medicine, TMI Sports Medicine, and Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine, and a pitching instructor at the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy. She has held research positions at the United States Olympic Training Center. She received a MS degree in Biomechanics from Indiana University in 1989 and a PhD in Biomechanics from The Pennsylvania State University in 1995. Past projects include data collection and analysis of elite softball pitchers during the 1996 Olympic Games.

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