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  • Coach Clinic
    s not bad 26 WOW 46 That s the way to do it 66 You re really working hard today 7 Couldn t have done it better myself 27 Wonderfule 47 That s quite an improvement 67 I knew you could do it 8 Marvelous 28 You re getting better every day 48 Good thinking 68 I m very proud of you 9 You re doing fine 29 You re learning fast 49 Keep up the good work 69 One more time and you ll have it 10 You re really improving 30 You make it look easy 50 That s it 70 Fine 11 You re on the right track now 31 That s much better 51 That s better 71 That s good 12 Now you ve got it figured out 32 Nice try 52 You haven t missed a thing 72 Good job 13 Outstanding 33 Super 53 Fantastic 73 You really make this fun 14 That s coming along nicely 34 You did a lot of work today 54 You outdid yourself today 74 Good remembering 15 I know you can do it 35 Keep it up 55 You re doing a good job 75 You

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  • Coach Clinic
    Repetition is important III Isolate A Break skills and situations down into practicable parts B Build through skill isolation progression i e teach throwing from a sitting position then from the knees and finally standing up IV Innovate A Time 1 If your entire team can t always practice together have some come early and some come late so you can give them an individual practice 2 Don t try to teach too much at one time Your team doesn t have to work on every day B Equipment 1 Use safe teaching equipment softie softballs batting tees 2 Use existing equipment on your field save money bases for baserunning drills old fence for soft toss or drop batting drills C Players 1 Always plan every drill so that everyone is doing something and you know where they are supposed to be at all times 2 Have your players hit fungoes This helps improve their offensive skills D Softball Field 1 Use entire facility both sides of the fence 2 If practicing indoors modify your drrills and equipment to fit in a tight space 3 Make the best of what you have V Enjoy A To get the most out

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  • Coach Clinic: Softball Hitter Evaluation
    rear shoulder Score Comments Trigger A Hands move back and up backward movement B No movement of bottom arm C Slight inward turn of front knee hip and shoulder do not over rotate this Score Comments Stride A Short distance 6 inches B Weight on inside of front foot C No head movement focus on the ball D Soft step like on ice E Stride foot land close and parallel do not step in the bucket Score Comments Approach Swing A Knob of bat to the ball B Barrel of bat stays above the hands no loop in the swing or path of the bat C Short swing to the ball long swing through the finish D Hands stay inside the path of the ball do not cast away from the body E Swing slightly downward F Keep your head down Score Comments Hips and Explosion Phase A Fire the backside through the ball B Firm front leg front knee inside front toe C Belly button to the pitcher D Squash the bug with back foot shoe strings to the pitcher Score Comments Finish A Finish with two hands on the bat B Slap shoulder blades with the bat C

    Original URL path: http://syacgs.org/Info/SNLStuff/CoachClinic/softhiteval.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Coach Clinic
    2 Ball is stationary B Tosses Ball is now moving Types of tosses can be a Soft b Drop c Angle d In front C Use of objects other than the ball 1 Hitting stick see separate drill instructions 2

    Original URL path: http://syacgs.org/Info/SNLStuff/CoachClinic/simphitdrill.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Coach Clinic
    Purpose Batter learns to pull or turn on the inside pitch Instructions The holder positions herself at a 90 degree angle in front of the batter The holder directs the ball toward the batter Proper distance should be maintained to allow the batter maximum extension and prevent jamming Drill allows easy repetitions of pulling mechanics Recommended 10 15 swings or repetitions a day 3 days a week Drill 3 Outside Contact Purpose Batter learns to go with the pitch work inside out and punch the outside pitch to the opposite field Instructions The holder positions herself directly across the plate with her shoulders square with the batter s shoulders The ball is directed toward the plate The holder positions the ball on the outside 1 3 of the plate Various heights should be used After the ball is contacted the holder brings it back to the next desired contact location Recommended 10 15 swings or repetitions a day 3 days a week Drill 4 Closed Eye Purpose Develops hand eye coordination pitch recognition and increases bat speed Instructions The holder assumes one of the positions of regular inside or outside contact The drill begins with the batter having her eyes closed After each contact and while the batter has her eyes closed the holder changes the ball s location and height On the holder s verbal command the batter opens her eyes finds the ball makes the proper adjustment and makes contact At first the drill should be worked slowly with emphasis on proper adjustment mechanics As the batter s skill develops more and more emphasis should be placed on making quick adjustments and increasing bat speed Recommended 5 10 swings or repetitions a day 3 days a week Drill 5 Top Hand Purpose Increase top hand strength accuracy and dominance Instructions Drill has two variations Top Hand Kneeling The batter kneels beside the plate The batter performs this drill using only his top hand The batter should hold the bat with the top hand in its regular position on the bat The holder locates the ball 6 12 above the batter s shoulders The batter is forced ro reach up and knock the ball downward This drill helps the batter develop strength and at the same time increase top hand accuracy The purpose of kneeling is to force the batter to use only his upper body arms and wrist thus strengthening these areas Top Hand Standing The drill is performed basically the same as kneeling but the now stands in the batter s box The batter is not allowed to take a step thus forcing him to use primarily his upper body Recommended Drill should be worked in off season or early in the season 10 20 repetitions should be adequate Holder may move ball to increase difficulty Drill 6 Hip Turner Purpose Teaches batter to get maximum hip movement and use her lower body when she pulls the inside pitch Instructions The holder assumes the inside contact drill

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  • Coach Clinic
    in motion Watch contact zone Fly Balls Catch over throwing shoulder with two hands Soft elbows See the ball into the glove Footwork Catch ball moving toward target Throwing technique Short arc Long arc Bow and arrow Grip Thumb on back seam 10 and 2 o clock Show target front shoulder Thumb the ball Pull front side Elbow parallel to shoulder Tuck chin to front shoulder Ball past the ear

    Original URL path: http://syacgs.org/Info/SNLStuff/CoachClinic/fieldtech.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Coach Clinic
    is to start there with positive thoughts trust pitch Other relaxation shoulder shrug shake fingers both done off the rubber Must have a focus point target Be specific Teach pitching routine Focus on process rather than outcome Body Types Desire outweighs physical characteristics Genetics are nice but not necessary Any size or shape can succeed Long and lean are most preferable Precision is the key Stride Line of Force From pitching foot directly to home plate target is the line of force Body Position Starting stride create linear movement Shift weight back and then forward flex pitching knee to propel body forward Nose over toes slight flexion at waist shoulders relaxed Foot positioning needs to be between 1 and 2 o clock roughly 45 degrees Pivot pitching foot heel is off the ground as pitching foot goes into hole directly in front of rubber Constant acceleration throughout motion NOT a big explosion only at top of motion Stride leg gets into power position go there as agreeively as possible Purpose To exert as much force as possible while maintaining relaxation loose and allowing yourself to reach optimal position x position to execute pitch Length Maximal length while allowing smooth continuation of momentum Let pitch flow don t stick or fly forward Smooth motion Land flat foot or on ball of stride glove foot Must have flexion on stride glove knee Weight Distribution Be balanced As close to 50 50 weight distribution upon landing as possible with attention to the fact that weight transfer is the progression from drrive off back leg to acceptance of weight and continuation of drive by and through front glove leg Back leg through stride Back pitching heel never touches ground Drag pitching leg to where stride glove toe is Back pitching toe rotates almost all the way towards pointing at 3B RHP If back pitching heel touches ground weight transfer will be late adversely affecting the pitch Note Do not let back pitching knee move outside of line of pitching foot Knee must stay stacked directly over inside of pitching foot not outside Keep knee slightly inverted Approach to and through Release Point Arm Extended not hyper extended do not lock elbox Bicep of pitching arm should rotate close to pitching side ear Forearm close or slightly brushing to side Be loose crack the whip with pitching arm Pull hand out of glove back of hand up bbring to top of circle and as body rotates arm will automatically do into the right position to deliver the pitch No additional rotation is needed Stay in the line of force seam of pants at initial arm movement in circle Push down and out Head and shoulders follow glove down and out slide Glove is guide to remaining in the line of force Leave pitching hand in glove until highest point possible between waist and head Long lever is not locked Locking out creates tension Natural motion extension from pitching arm in a circle that stays within

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  • 1995 SYAC Girls Softball Instructional League Hall of Fame
    2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 SYAC 1995 Instructional Cub Pony Junior Senior Instructional League Hall of Fame Team Directory Team 1 Berg Motors Team 2 Little Hitters Team 3 Local

    Original URL path: http://syacgs.org/HallofFame/1995/1InsTEAMS/1INS.html (2016-01-08)
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