By American Sport Education Program
Unlike different softball guide books, Coaching Softball Technical and Tactical Skills is going past educating the technical fundamentals and specializes in abilities corresponding to in-game selection making and detecting the strengths and weaknesses of opponents—the tactical skills—to organize gamers for video game day.
This textual content is written by way of the yank recreation schooling software (ASEP), the nation's prime game schooling supplier, at the side of content material specialists Kirk Walker and Mona Stevens and endorsement from the nationwide Fastpitch Coaches organization (NFCA), the most appropriate nationwide association for fastpitch softball.
Coaching Softball Technical and Tactical Skills gains cues that can assist you train your athletes the basic technical and tactical abilities, over a hundred seventy five photographs depicting the correct options, and examples of season and perform plans that will help you arrange for video games. abilities are prepared and cross-referenced so that you can see how they relate to one another.
Coaching Softball Technical and Tactical Skills covers almost all points of softball: comparing ideas, situational tactical abilities, and season, perform, and video game making plans courses. Softball coaches and avid gamers alike will acquire the advantages from this easy-to-use resource.
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3a). As the foot turns, the throwing arm goes back and the body turns sideways, or opens, to the target. The glove-hand shoulder and arm should now be pointing in the direction of the target. 3b). 3 Shoulder and hip rotation when preparing to throw. (continued) 57 Throwing (continued) Weight Transfer Power in the throw is generated in part by the amount of leg drive that throwers can develop. After the weight is on the back leg, the back knee should be bent, putting the leg in a position to extend and drive the body forward down the line, transferring the weight to the front leg.
The key is to set up so that the stride forward lands as close to the front corner of the batter’s box as possible without stepping out. While learning the footwork for the running slap, timing will be difficult at first, but it will become easier with practice. The first key to timing the steps is to be sure to start soon enough to enable the left foot to be planted at the front of the box before contact is made. If the foot is still in the process of stepping forward, the slapper isn’t as stable and able to make last-second adjustments with the body.
The bent leg takes the initial impact, just as it does in the bent-leg slide. But the body weight stays on the leg and hip. After the hips slide forward to the feet, the bent leg pushes against the ground to push the slider up to the standing position. This slide is so quick that the body never fully leans back. The pop-up slide is a brief slide in a sitting position. The body rolls slightly to the bent-leg side so that it is square over the leg. 26 for an example of the pop-up slide. At a Glance The following parts of the text offer additional information on the pop-up slide.