Make sure your team is having fun while learning the right techniques and developing their skills with some of SportsEngine's favorite practice drills and activities.
Feeling comfortable and powerful at the plate can make a huge difference in a hitter’s success. Try the Step Behind drill from Blast Motion to help your hitters create more power.
The building blocks of the swing are essential. Use the Live Elevation drill from Blast Motion to help your hitters flow through movements and let the swing work from the ground up
Are you a slapper? Try the Trigger, Trigger, Fire drill from Blast Motion to improve your balance, power, and overall slapping skills.
Having a strong foundation is a critical part to becoming an elite athlete. With the Impact Bag drill from Blast Motion, coaches can help their hitters learn the importance of self-organizing their body to make contact.
Not sure what length or weight bat your hitter should be using? Learn how you can use Blast Motion to gain a better understanding of the size bat they should be swinging for increased success.
Want to help your hitters improve their pitch selection? Try the 6 Ball Drill from Blast Motion.
Youth sports allow young people to learn teamwork at an early age and experience succeed-or-fail situations in a safe environment. With each failure comes a lesson, and with every success comes confidence.
Think about it being your mission statement for WHY you coach, what your raison d’ê·tre (reason for being) which goes hand in hand with your core values that you have learned from parents, family, education, work etc.
These circuits should each be done 4 days a week, every week. Every circuit should be repeated three times.
There are many misconceptions about Launch Angle, here is the truth from The Hitting Vault.
The Hitting Vault’s Coach Matt Lisle answers important hitting questions from coaches around the country.
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