It's that time of year again! Everyone wants to lose weight and get in shape! As an athlete, your New Year's Resolution to lose weight needs a different approach than the mainstream.
During this time of the year I always begin to reflect on the past and all the things I am thankful for. I read an article the other day written by a good fiend that discussed finding your WHY.
WHY you do what you do
WHEN you do it
HOW you do it
That article inspired me to write today's blog about my WHY.
Travel ball has become an unspoken requirement for athletes who wish to play at the next level. The search for a college scholarship should not cost more than actual college tuition! I have composed a list of tips to help take the sting out of the costs.
Every player wearing a glove is a fielder! Communication is the way that everyone knows who will catch the ball. We teach players to want the ball; it is “your” ball until a teammate calls you off the play.
Pitchers are at a higher risk for injury than other softball players because of the repetition and high intensity their jobs require. Failing to listen to your body and falling into bad habits that develop poor mechanics also increase injury risk.
Here are five of the most common errors in pitching form that cause injuries (with video), along with tips on how they can be avoided.