- 1 What does dropping your shoulder mean?
- 2 Why am I hitting ground balls in softball?
- 3 What are 2 key points for successful batting in softball?
- 4 Does the Swingrail really work?
- 5 Should you drop your shoulder when batting?
- 6 What does dropping the shoulder mean in football?
- 7 Why do I keep grounding out to shortstop?
What does dropping your shoulder mean?
I’ve heard it used in football when the defense is about to tackle someone. They say “Drop your shoulder!” so they can brace for impact.
Why am I hitting ground balls in softball?
3) You hit the wrong pitches When you try to hit a pitch that is not where you want it, you will most likely make poor contact. Poor contact = weak ground ball. Most often, trying to pull an outside pitch results in weak grounders. Swinging at bad pitches results in an overextended swing.
What are 2 key points for successful batting in softball?
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- Good Balance, with the feet comfortably apart.
- Slight, but Equal Bend in the Knees.
- Slight Bend in the Hip so that you set the proper plane of the barrel when you get ready to swing.
- Make sure the hips and shoulders are facing the plate, or “flat” and square to the plate.
Does the Swingrail really work?
Swingrail Recommendations Improving your upper body mechanics to the shortest path to the ball is useful for any player (softball or baseball) at any sporting level. However, the Swingrail is far from a full hitting solution. If you don’t really drive the knob to the ball, then you’ll struggle to make it work.
Should you drop your shoulder when batting?
So, yes if I want to swing the bat down or level, dropping my back shoulder will cause the bat to move even lower under the ball. However, if we take a proper bat bat, up, then dropping the back shoulder is a vital component to a good effective swing.
What does dropping the shoulder mean in football?
Like it says in the name, the shoulder feint is a feint, or a move where you pretend to dribble one direction, then you take the ball in the opposite direction instead. As you step, drop your shoulder like you are going to sprint in that direction. Then, with your other foot, take the ball in the opposite direction.
Why do I keep grounding out to shortstop?
The weak ground ball happens often times when you’re trying to pull a pitch that you have no business pulling. If a pitch is on the outer half of the plate, it’s not a pull pitch. If you’re hitting with two – strikes, trying to pull the ball is out of the question. Get great at driving the ball to all fields.