FAQ: How To Hit Well In Slow Pitch Softball?

Why can’t I hit a slow pitch softball?

One common reason players can’t hit a slow pitch softball is because they are using the wrong bat. You want to have good control over the bat and feel comfortable using it. The size of the bat will not affect how far you hit the ball as much as making square contact with the ball and how fast you swing the bat.

What is a good batting average in slow pitch softball?

70% is a solid performer for slow pitch. Depending on the league, it could be very good (a top tier men’s league) and 70% would be outstanding but most “rec leagues” would have most of the good players in the 75–80% range with the “all stars” higher than that!

How can I get faster at softball?

Tips to Improve Your Softball Game

  1. Change Your Grip Up.
  2. Don’t Second-Guess Your Swing.
  3. Watch The Ball.
  4. Swing With Your Hips.
  5. Touch EVERY Base!
  6. Never Stop Paying Attention!
  7. Use Two Hands To Collect The Ball Whenever You Can.
  8. Make A Plan Pre-Pitch.

Does a heavier softball bat hit farther?

Doubling the mass of the bat results in an increase of almost 12mph. So, using a heavier bat should result in faster hit balls, which means the hit ball will travel farther.

Where do you stand in batters box in slow pitch softball?

I stand with my back foot even with the front of the plate. My stance is slightly open with most of my weight on my back foot. I also stand a little off the plate, this allows me to get to all of the pitches. On a outside pitch I step with my front foot towards the ball and drive it the opposite way.

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