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Teach your kids how to catch, swing, and throw like the pros with these softball drills and practice tips.
Former University of Southern Maine first baseman and CoachUp coach Jesse Hutchins shows how to pitch a softball
Former University of Southern Maine first baseman and CoachUp coach Jesse Hutchins shows how to field a softball
Kenny Gajewski breaks down the hit and run drill.
The leg drive drill improves pitching technique. Learn from Christian Steiner-Wilcoxson.
All while simply using regular household items to work on their game
There are a number of great drills that will allow you to get out there and improve your softball skills on your own, anytime
Focus on proper form and technique. It’s an easy way to get some quality pitching reps in even if you have no one to catch for you.
Even without access to a gym, you can improve your lower-body and upper-body strength
Help young athletes learn how to incorporate mindfulness techniques into their routine, lowering stress levels and improving concentration.
Kids can never be outside too much
Follow these tips on how to advance your child's physical health and development in 5th grade.
Mental toughness is a skill helps with athletic performance and everyday life but it's a skill that must be learned like any other. This article shows you how to begin the process of developing this skill.
The new school year is underway, you are busier than ever, and your child is asking you, “am I old enough to get contact lenses?” Find out here.
Sometimes the most harmful stressors aren’t in athletes' bodies but in their heads
Help prevent sports injuries in kids by paying attention to their recovery—and avoiding specializing in one activity too early.
Here are five strategies to help young athletes learn how to manage performance and social anxiety for long-term mental wellness.
Many districts have already announced plans to go remote for at least the start of the school year -- which means no PE class