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Top Things Coaches Should Do At The NFCA Convention

Top Things Coaches Should Do At The NFCA Convention

With the NFCA National Convention right around the corner, I wanted to provide coaches who will be attending with some tips and ideas on how they can get the most out of their time at the “Greatest Softball Show on Earth!” Luckily, I had the chance to talk with Carol… Read the rest
by December 2, 2014 Parents & Coaches
At The Speed of Softball

At The Speed of Softball

I want to play fast with confidence!… Read the rest
by October 8, 2014 Softball Tips
Alloy Bats VS Composite Bats

Alloy Bats VS Composite Bats

The construction and material used in a bat can have a huge impact on the performance of a player. Materials used and the construction process of bats have evolved over the years as advancements and design improvements have been adopted by baseball and softball bat manufacturers. The two main materials… Read the rest
by September 4, 2014 Baseball Gear, Gear Guide, Softball Gear
How To: Softball Throwing Progression

How To: Softball Throwing Progression

The purpose of a softball throwing progression is to maximize your throwing abilities and to minimize the risk of injury. This is possible by gradually increasing the intensity of your throwing until you reach your peak distance and speed. This will warm up your muscles and strengthen them at the… Read the rest
5 Things To Look For In A Helmet Face Guard

5 Things To Look For In A Helmet Face Guard

Nowadays, fastpitch softball players are required to have a face guard on their helmet. But, it doesn’t benefit the player to spend money on a helmet whose face guard just meets the bare minimum requirements. Although helmet face guards might all look the same, there are actually a few key… Read the rest
Bat Rolling

Bat Rolling

What is Bat Rolling? Bat rolling is a process that accelerates the break in process of composite bats. This process is executed by placing the bat into a “rolling machine”. The bat will fit horizontally in the machine between two rollers, compressed, and sometimes heated. The bat will then be… Read the rest
by May 5, 2014 Baseball Gear, Softball Gear