By Marion Huff. Baseball Gear. Published at Thursday, July 05th, 2018 - 18:44:00 PM.
What Position will you be playing? Baseball Gloves come in various shapes and sizes based on the position they will be used for. An outfielder for example would choose a larger glove than those who play infield or pitcher. A first basemen has a specially designed glove that is longer with extra padding for easier catching and fielding. Catchers mitts are unique with heavy padding and only used by catchers. If you are someone that plays in many different positions then a utility glove (medium size) may be your best bet.
Be careful with using resistance training. Resistance training became popular back in the 1990s, and has stuck around today. One method that I see many people doing is tying a parachute type device to the end of a bat and swinging it so the parachute inflates, causing resistance. However, this is a quick way to pull a muscle and teach you very poor mechanics of bringing the bat through the zone effectively.
What I want to share with you today is information that flat out works to increase your bat speed and allow you to start driving the ball with more authority. No matter if you are looking for youth baseball, mens recreational softball, or professional baseball information, these tips and techniques are proven to work.
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