Fastpitch Softball Hitting Clinic Part 3 – Jennie Dalton Hill – Produced By Gary Leland
This week we continue a great coaching clinic part 3 by Jennie Dalton Hill.
Women's U.S.A. baseball coach Jennie Dalton Hill continues answering fast pitch softball coaches' questions on how to improve their players offense. One particular fastpitch softball coach mentions that a few of his players are becoming overly aggressive in rotating their hips and losing their balance to run to first base. Jennie's reply is again to help the player feel what they are doing wrong. If that player can't feel it then they can't fix it.SoftballJunk.com has great deals of the right fastpitch softball bat just for you! Jennie then suggest to have your softball player check themselves if they have over rotated by jumping from the place that they have finished their swing. To find a way that the player can work on the problem without their softball coach always being present and still improve is the best solution so that they can be working on their swing at all times. Jennie is also asked by one of the softball coaches about how to improve timing. For timing, she explains that timing in fastpitch softball is also something to be developed by manipulating your distance to improve timing. Jennie finishes with explaining several other drills that some coaches are having trouble seeing results in. She explains that these drills may seem, and are simple, but they are not easy. Just stay motivated with your softball team!
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