Softball Pitching – Assume Control


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Softball Pitching
Softball Pitching

Softball Pitching – Assume Control

Softball Pitching – Assume Control In softball Pitching, you, the pitcher, must Assume Control of both the game and the softball to win. The Softball Pitching – Assume Control Subliminal CD contains positive affirmations that will help you improve your performance and practice each day. Your concentration is intense, and your actions result from your positive thinking and winning attitude.

Softball Pitcher
Softball Pitcher

Pitching is throwing a ball with a hand toward the home base to record a strike or a hit, and three strikes equal a “strikeout.” The pitcher stands on the pitcher’s mound, which is located near home plate and can be either dirt or grass. When pitched, the ball takes off from the pitching mound at an angle that varies depending on the pitch. This angle can be more or less than 15 degrees, but there are pitches where it will not exceed 45 degrees and others where it may exceed 60 degrees. The pitcher has two basic types of pitches: overhand, which is also called “straight,” and underhand, which is also called “curve.” There are many variations within these two types, including change-up, slider, split-finger fastball (also called splitter), knuckleball (also called knuckler), screwball, palm ball, and forkball.

You must Assume Control of the ball when throwing to a base. The pitcher should step off the mound, not turn their back to the runner and throw across their body. This way, they can see where the runner is going and can react if they steal or break for second base. The Assume Control technique is a skill that pitchers use to ensure they can keep an eye on runners while still pitching the ball. When using this technique, pitchers should step off the mound, not turn their back towards any runners and throw across their body so as not to lose sight of any runners who may try stealing bases or breaking for second base.

The mental game is more important for pitchers than any other position in softball. A pitcher must control their team, control the pressure and enjoy being on the mound. No matter how good a pitcher is, they will struggle if they don’t have a strong mental game.

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