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Baseball Batting Stance & Hitting Techniques : How to Hold a Baseball Bat

Baseball Batting Stance & Hitting Techniques : How to Hold a Baseball Bat

Want to talk to you today about holding the bat. Now as we talked about in our previous segment, we already have our solid base. Now what you want to do is grab your bat. Now, what you’re going to do is basically put it in your hands in a position that feels comfortable for […]

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Brainerd’s Clare Ceynowa Commits To Gopher Softball

Brainerd’s Clare Ceynowa Commits To Gopher Softball

A Brainerd softball standout is heading Division I as Brainerd’s Clare Ceynowa announced on Twitter this past weekend that she will be playing softball at the University of Minnesota. She was named All-Conference in her sophomore season last year, hitting .410 with a .505 on-base percentage, hitting seven home runs for 33 RBIs. Last year, […]

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What is a Good Bat Path?

What is a Good Bat Path?

this is Sean Plouffe from hitterish.com. today we’ll talk to you about barrel path path of the bat and how it relates to the swing and how the best hitters in the world used a very similar swing path to hit the ball with consistency and power and really generated a swing path that can […]

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Golf Chipping From Thick Grass : Golf Chipping in Thick Grass: Pitching Wedge

Ok, we’re in this grassy bunker, and we’re going to use the pitching wedge, to get out of here. The grass is pretty thick, so this club is going to give you a little more forward momentum out of it, versus a sand wedge, or a sixty degree wedge, because it doesn’t have quite as […]

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Golf Chipping & Pitching : Choosing Golf Clubs for Pitching

Golf Chipping & Pitching : Choosing Golf Clubs for Pitching

Okay, so here you are faced with this chip shot up to fifty yards and then however big the green is. So in this example here, we’ve got sand traps and things in front of you. So you want to, if the pin is at the back, you can use a less lofted club because […]

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Tennis Ball Bounce Drill | Softball Hitting Drills

Tennis Ball Bounce Drill | Softball Hitting Drills

Softball Hitting Drills: Tennis Ball Bounce Drill [Intro Music]>>CJ Browder: A key part to hitting is being on time. A good drill to help us practice off speed pitches is the tennis ball bounce drill. During the tennis ball bounce drill, the athlete will stand about 15 feet from the front tosser.>>Browder: The front tosser […]

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Golf Chipping & Pitching : Choosing Golf Clubs for Pitching

Golf Chipping & Pitching : Choosing Golf Clubs for Pitching

Okay, so here you are faced with this chip shot up to fifty yards and then however big the green is. So in this example here, we’ve got sand traps and things in front of you. So you want to, if the pin is at the back, you can use a less lofted club because […]

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Baseball Tips & Tricks : How to Throw a Sinker

The sinker is a pitch that basically breaks down and usually into the batter if you’re a right handed pitcher and it’s a right handed batter. The way that a sinker is accomplished, it’s basically a two seam fastball grip, the largest on your hand is the finger that is on top, and at about […]

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Golf Chipping & Pitching : Golf Pitching: 60 Degree Wedge

Golf Chipping & Pitching : Golf Pitching: 60 Degree Wedge

Okay, if any shot calls for a sixty degree wedge, we don’t have that much wind, I’ve got a sand trap in front of me, and I’m about probably forty five to fifty yards from the edge of the green. So I can take a pretty full swing with my sixty degree wedge and that […]

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Golf Chipping & Pitching : Golf Pitching: 7 Iron

Golf Chipping & Pitching : Golf Pitching: 7 Iron

Okay, our, our last club that we’re going to work with in this series is the seven iron. Now we’re about 45 or 50 yards from the front of green, we’ve got a sand trap in our way. So imagine it’s unbelievably windy out and it’s either finish the round or go back to work, […]

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