Question: How To Jit Linw Drives In Softball Slowpitch?

Why am I hitting a lot of ground balls?

A lot of the time young hitters hit more ground balls than they should is because they are just too weak. If this is the case, then you must work on making the hitter stronger and more athletic.

Why am I hitting weak ground balls?

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.

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.

How do I stop my slow pitch softball from popping up?

Keep your back and legs in line so you don’t lean forward and backward. Stand with your feet 6 to 12 inches away from the side of the plate. Standing too far away from the plate will force you to extend too far out to make contact, which can hamper your accuracy and prevent you from swinging through the ball.

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