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Softball and baseball have been known to be very similar, although softball games usually last from four to nine innings. If you’re willing to take up softball, then you must have prior knowledge on learning how to hit, pitch, catch, and playing the field. The popularity in this sport will range from four to five years all the way up to adulthood, where they usually participate in leagues.
Hitting drills are one of the basic softball drills you learn when you first play, regardless of your position. A pitching machine is the perfect place to start, because they will vary in speed and height, and the goal of this softball drill is to anticipate at what speeds and heights the pitcher would be throwing to the batter.
Throwing drills should also be developed after mastering the hitting drills. A throwing assistant called the catch-all net will give you the opportunity to throw the ball at full speed and power.
Now that we have covered some of the basic drills, one of the more common drills that are fun to do out on the field are called relay races. This is where an infielder sprints to the grass and catches a throw from an outfielder. Then a signal is blown by a whistle, the infielder then throws the ball back to the outfielder using his non-dominant shoulder. This may seem complicated, but even a beginner has the ability to catch on to the objective of this drill.
Utilizing softball training tools with a mix of softball drills will help you obtain different skills. Therefore it’s always best to keep your muscles stretched and flexed, so you won’t experience any muscle or back pain. This sport will require a lot of strength from your body and mind once you begin to play on a regular basis. Do you have what it takes to become the next softball champion?