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no i do not think basball is harder then softball.. it seems like both of them are hard it just depends on how you play the sport and how you should be doing it...
yes its hard to catch a pop fly without doing that
If you've never played I suggest playing in a recreational league before trying out. Softball can be a very dangerous sport if you don't know what you're doing. If you end up trying out, good luck.
No. But, the practice should discourage customers from doing business with them.
In softball when a coach or a player says scarifice to the batter they want you to make a scarafice bunt. when doing this bunt you want your player to square up when the pitcher is in her wind up, to get ready for the bunt. This play is extreamly imortant, in order for this to work the player must bunt the ball in order for the player on first to advnce to second. The player who does the bunt has very little to no chance of being safe. This play is intended to move players along the bases.
Just practice practice practice and you WILL become flexible.
A babysitter doesn't need to practice, but should run through what he/she is going to do, for example: What are you going to make for a meal, What are you going to play with?. So you don't need to practice but make sure you are sure on what you are doing and understand the concept of Babysitting.
LOTS OF PRACTICE !!! I'm doing soccer right now and it is a WORK OUT !! n
Try doing serves as short as you can then long hits to the back (backhand is better) Also hitting the shuttle against the wall is good practice.
Well, I don't exactly know because I am a softball player, but you could try adjusting it alot. (we use tees in practice) Have him/her swing a couple times to see if he/she hits the tee. If so, its to high. Lower it a tad and have him/her swing some more. You should figure out the perfect height by doing that. Every kid is differant. Some like it high some like it low. I hope your child's tee ball team will win! Lots of Luck!
yes they should because if there's no practice there's no perfect in your doing by junalyn loriega