• Balance & Coordination – BOSU Ball

    BOSU BALL. This is also an excellent way to make easy exercises more challenging; if you can do a full set of pushups, lunges or squats with good form, try doing them on the Bosu trainer and you'll find yourself working harder and takes it a step further, forcing your core to work constantly throughout the entire motion. dream*train*succeed

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  • Power Line Drill Corner – Pitching – Time's Up!

    If you are looking for a way to break the monotony of your everyday leg drill take a look at this week's Pitching Drill of the Week, "Time's Up!" A drill that challenges you to compete against yourself, or your best pitching friend, to see if you can beat the amount of pitches you get done in the same amount of time. Time's Up, how well did you do? Thanks for watching!!

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  • Power Line Drill Corner – Pitching – Scales

    Watch as Coach Becca demonstrates how to work on explosiveness and aggressive drive with "Scales". Working from a level 1 to a level 10 on the aggressiveness scale, use the loosest form and least amount of thought of accuracy to develop the timing and comfort to be as aggressive as possible! Enjoy, and thanks for watching!

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  • Lateral Hurdle Hops

    Lateral single leg plyometric drills, like this hurdle exercise, are great for building dynamic power and balance.
    Try keeping your body square, facing forward, without leaning too much and explode straight into a sprint off of the same foot.

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  • Power Line Drill – Throwing

    Notre Dame Softball great and former D1 college coach, Sara Hayes, teaches two throwing drills that help athletes learn to keep their elbow up and throw over the top. Through Power Line, Sara is motivated to help young athletes learn the correct techniques necessary to prevent injury and compete at the highest levels! For more information email sara@powerlineathletics.net or call 858.277.7792.

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  • DRILL VIDEO – Single Arm with Little Bat

    In an athletic and strong position, we train ONE ARM MECHANICS using a little bat and tennis balls.

    On the back hand, we focus on keeping our weight behind the ball, connecting so the arm moves with the body, making contact with the hand and forearm behind the bat, and extending through the zone toward where the pitch came from.

    For the front hand, we focus on moving linearly, leading with the elbow and then the forearm, keeping the bat behind the wrist, and finishing LONG through extension.

    In this Power Line Drill Video, 2017 Stavi Augur - committed to go to Coastal Carolina U. - demonstrates here and Coach Sara Hayes is instructing.

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