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Practice Doesn’t Always Have to Mean Going to a Field or Facility

By Ken Krause, Fastpitch Lane, 01/02/19, 12:00PM CST

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Practicing in small increments may even have some benefits over longer sessions, especially if the longer sessions are focused on one thing. 

When someone says “it’s time to practice” what’s the first thing that springs to mind? For most of us involved in fastpitch softball the answer is probably grabbing some equipment, running out to a field or facility, and then spending the next 30, 60, or more minutes hard at work (as Paige is doing in the photo above).

While that approach is generally a good thing, it also has a downside (doesn’t everything?). When we’re in that mindset, we tend to think if we can’t do those things (get to a field or facility, spend 30-60 minutes) then we are unable to practice.

In fact, “practice” kind of becomes an activity unto itself that requires special effort.