3 Top Infield Drills For Kids!
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In today's video, Coach Justin shows you 3 of his top infield drills for kids! These drills require very minimal equipment and space. Add these fielding drills to your routine to become a better infielder today!
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Ultimate Baseball Training Hello coach my travel team has just told me that I will be starting to play Third Base as my secondary position. Could you make a video on tips how to get the ball to third base and how to properly field a ground ball I am a catcher and outfielder I have no clue about anything to do with Fielding a ground ball I played a little short stop in nine and eight you but now I'm in 14U and it's much different. Thank you for taking your time have a good day!
Hey Justin my daughter is 6 and in the Jr. Giants tball program last night was players meet and greet but there team was the only one without a coach so guess who stepped up me! Any advise on simple drills to teach kids 5-7 who have never played a real game before specifically drills that are easy for them to understand, will hold their attention and most importantly that are FUN for their age?? Anything helps thanks
Great video Coach. These are all 'fundamental' drills. The forgotten word in Ball "fundamentals". I coach Girls U10-11 Fastpitch..many are just moving up to the next level, and are limited fundamentally / mechanically. This isn't a bad thing. They need reps, repetitive drills like these...and putting together a system is what i'm looking for
These cone drills are wonderful. Breaking around the cone, I hope is an exaggeration away from game condition...maybe the video. it appears 6-8ft around the cone. I'm guessing the fields you play on are well groomed. Our Girls (Parks and Rec.) are relegated,..we go from Bricks to Dirt... bad hops are common place, and Fastpitch field is short, ball comes at 3x faster. For video instructions...is this an exaggeration
As for the spin as 2nd base...I would think our girls could handle this..most have winter activities Gymnastic and Dance.
I like your coaching style...thankfully you didn't go off on a word savant tangent or start name dropping MLB Players
Go with what's comfortable man. Your stance is just a starting point. Even Big Leaguers change their stances from time to time. It's not about how you start or what your stance looks like. It's about being on time and on plane with the pitch. I'd say don't stress about it. Find a stance that's comfortable for you and one that works!