Fastpitch Pitching Tips
Scan day: 10 February 2014 UTC
Description: Pitching tips for the riseball, curveball, dropball, and screwball.
Announcement: Fastpitch Softball Pitching Tips and Drills for riseball, dropball, curveball, screwball. To throw a good riseball, make sure the back of your elbow comes by your side at release. At release, drive the fingers underneath the ball. By pushing with the fingers at the proper release point with the back of your elbow brushing by the side, you should be able to get tight rotation on the ball. Be sure that when you workout with the TightSpin Trainer that you do it in the same release points that you would be in during normal pitching. This will not only create strength but also muscle memory. There is no other fastpitch pitching aid in the world that applies tension to a real fastpitch softball allowing you to work the muscles of the fingers, wrist, and forearm in the exact way that they are used to release the ball during live pitching.
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