Coaching the Little LeagueВ® Hitter by John Monteleone

By John Monteleone


Packed with worthy details on tips on how to aid their gamers enhance on the plate, this advisor takes coaches and fogeys step-by-step through:

  • Correct suggestions of hitting
  • Developmental perform drills
  • Skills youngsters have to bat .300
  • And tips to have a good time alongside the best way

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This represents a point at which you should work to keep both the starting and finishing point in your stride. To do this successfully, it is not necessary to finish with your belly button precisely on the line you’ve drawn in the dirt. But by keeping it as close as possible you will train yourself to make a quiet, controlled stride. Here are some goals to shoot for: After you shift your weight back (load up) in preparation to swing, keep your body pretty much centered or just slightly behind that line.

The closed stance (front foot closer to the plate than the rear foot) requires the batter to compensate for his irregular bodylines and make adjustments to return to the fundamental swing motions. The open stance (rear foot closer to the plate than the front foot) creates similar problems as the batter tries to move back into the direction of the pitch. As a result, the eyes move and focus is disrupted. In my opinion, the extreme open or extreme closed stance gets too far away from the fundamentals of the swing.

Again, this choice is a matter of comfort. Look in the mirror to get a feel for the angles. You will eventually want to be able to sense the angle of the bat without requiring a mirror. The Dirt When you enter the batter’s box, examine the dirt for evenness. Smooth out any rough spots and fill in any depressions or holes. Make sure that the landing area for your front foot is level. You may want to dig a small indentation to give your rear foot a place from which to push off. Make the box conform to your needs before getting into your stance.

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