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with Shonda Stanton, Marshall University Head Coach; the winningest coach in Marshall softball history; 2013 Conference USA Tournament Champions; 3x Conference champions; former Coach for the Akron Racers of the Women's Professional Fastpitch League. Often neglected and relegated to a warm-up activity, throwing is a skill that is vital for success on the softball diamond. Coach Shonda Stanton shows you 28 drills and progressions that cover all aspects of throwing, from mechanics to different types of throws that will prepare your players to make stronger, faster throws with the game on the line.
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I put myself in a strange situation... i used to have a decent throw and it slowly started to turn to a sidearm which i eventually started throwing my arm out every game. I took a couple seasons off and now my arm is terrible and inaccurate. So i just have to learn to throw from step 1 again? It’s really quite embarrassing because i would consider myself an above average outfielder when it comes to catching then can offer nothing when it comes to getting it back infield in a hurry...