Training Newsletters

  • Posted By Cindy Bristow Need some help firming up your players stride, either in their throwing or pitching? Then here’s a drill that works great. Have your player stand on

  • Today’s video tip is about the VERY IMPORTANT and MANDATORY responsibility of both middle infielders whenever there are runners on base. It’s one of the many things a well-

  • The biggest difference between champion softball players and everyone else who plays softball is that champions control their minds – they don’t let their minds control the

  • Having infielders who have nice, soft hands on ground balls can feel like a gift from heaven.  The question is, can you teach a player to have soft hands?  I’m sure there i

  • Posted by Cindy Bristow Controlling your team’s environment during games starts in the dugout. So make sure you know how your dugout can help you win more games. I’m often

  • In today’s video tip, Coach McCreary explains the only way a young pitcher can truly develop an effective change-up.

  • Quit wasting time doing snap drills that might not help your pitcher. Find out instead what will really make a difference when it comes to wrist snap in pitching. I know I’

  • I love practical tools that players can use in the moment to improve something in their physical and/or mental game. The human brain is fascinating.  The complex operations

  • We all make mistakes, and we all need a process to recover from them. Knowing how to deal with a mistake without getting emotional is crucial to quickly getting yourself ba

  • In today’s video tip, I explain and demonstrate how runners need to round third to give them the best chance of scoring. I also point out several mistakes I typically see i

  • Making sure your fielders cleanly field balls is just the first of two skills needed for a successful play as we’ve all seen our players field a ball only to throw it away.

  • In today’s video tip, Coach McCreary explains why all hitters should be including more elevated ball positions on their batting tees. All areas of the strike zone should be