Get more range from your infielders and make more plays.
Todd Whitting delivers a step-by-step overview of the fielding mechanics needed for sound infield play. See how your athletes can get to more balls in the infield using Whitting's stance techniques, ball reading tips, glove and body positioning and throwing technique.
Develop vital skills for attacking five key ground balls:
Learn to set up and run 14 key drills for training your athletes to field slow rollers, short hops, in-between hops, recover after a "kicked" ball, dive for a ball and more.
This baseball DVD is filled with the essential skills and drills you need to improve your infield and solidify your defense.
76 minutes. 2010
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Video was really good. He spent a lot of time talking about the mechanics of fielding ground balls and showed a lot of different drills. Good video.
Good mental aspect of playing the game. The base set-up of weight balance has helped our players gain range. Especially if you add the drills of trackiing the pitch from release to the zone. The foot work and release concepts have been echoes by several of my playerss who wnet on to play college baseball. Would always like more drills.
A solid infield video with individual skills and drills discussed. It is a video that presents material that can be incorporated immediately into practice. The mental side of the game is presented well and give solid examples to help players prepare for the game. Glove and footwork are stressed as well as throwing mechanics. The downside was the lack of bag work, double plays, tags etc. Communnication and middle fielders holding runners on is also missing.
Outstanding video. One of the best I've seen for infielders. Great drill series as well.
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