A softball pitcher doesn't need to rest that much, as long as your arm is strong. Just keep practicing your throw if you do different sports and activities because it might damage your arm. Don't do anything too serious, but as long as your arm is strong and able to throw strikes, you should be okay to just live life normally. Keep strong, steady, and hydrated, and most of all, keep practicing.
The distance between the pitcher and the batter should be around 30 feet.
In softball pitching the pitcher is only allowed one big step because the rule states that prior to the pitch both feet should be on the pitcher's plate and during the pitch one foot should be on the plate before ball is released. you can check the basics of pitching here: http://www.softballperformance.com/softball-pitching/coaching-softball-pitching.html
The ball should never hit in the batter's box in any softball game. The coach may want to remove that pitcher if he or she continues to pitch like that.
Yes, that seems fine. As long as your arms don't tire out, then it's okay to play multiple, easy-for-your-arm sports.
You should play softball if it is a sport that you enjoy.
Personally i believe she should be facing straight at home plate to follow through with her pitch.
I have been in softball since second grade. I am now in the seventh and one thing i have learned is that the pitcher stands exactly 35 feet away from home.. and i should know this cuz i am and always will be the best pitcher on my team.
It should be "Johnny completed a successful unit on softball" since softball is not a proper noun.
it depends on how fast you throw it and if you can throw strikes i would say from 4'11 or above but you dont have to be tall to be a good pitcher it just helps
No higher than shoulders and sometimes that's a bit high. No lower than knees. If I was a pitcher, for practicing I'd give myself a strike zone of chest to knees.
Most softball players wear long socks, cleats, shorts, and a t shirt. They bring a bat and a softball if one is not provided to them.