I play softball, and from personal experience, walk-offs, wrist snaps, and pitching with a weighted ball really helped me gain streangth and speed. Walk-offs is when you walk into ur pitching motion, thus helping you kick your leg out farther, and giving you more speed. For the wrist snaps, its basicly holding your arm and pushing the ball into a net with only your wrist, no arm motions or anything. You can buy a weighted ball at any sporting goods place, and you can also use it in any drill.
Nothing will make you hit that fast; it's just physically impossible. However, you can get your speed up by increasing your strength, speed and reflexes. The first can be done by weight training, using a gym and bat weights, and reflexes can be bettered by training with a ball-gun.
Bat speed is the major reason batters can hit balls deep in the outfield. Aside from bat speed drills make sure to increase core and thigh strength to help with the rotation. Bat drills should help on increasing speed and not to hinder it so it's not advisable to swing a heavy bat.
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Drills should be accompanied by proper conditioning. As a pitcher, it's important that you strengthen your core, shoulders, and legs to increase your pitching power and one of the more important things in conditioning you shouldn't neglect is flexibility.
In what part of the game???? like what postion??
Yes there are. There are sliding gears inside power drills.
By calculating the the speed and the amount of power you put into hitting the ball will determine the distance the ball will travel
Well, it's pretty much the power in how hard you can throw. Answer: Throwing. (You use your muscles)
A lot of power drills are sold each Christmas.
you would have training on the field and training outside the field. Field training would entail skill drills, team drills, and game situations. Off the field workout would be gym workout, functional training, speed training, power training, olympic lifts and flexibility exercises
SOME Power Drills are made that can do both but not all power drills will do this - you need to read the instructions for the drill.
Electric drills typically require 60-120V DC grounded power cables.
The Home Depot has a full selection of products available online. You can also buy drills and power tools online at www.toolbarn.com.
There are drills that operate by muscle power, but most current hand drills are powered by electricity.