• Hitting Lessons

    The Power Line hitting goal is to create a consistent swing, develop strength and aggressiveness towards every pitch, drive to and through the ball with all the power stored in the body, and instill confidence.

    Power Line instructors use MLB and National Fastpitch endorsed Right View Pro as a teaching and analysis tool to reinforce technique work. The RVP hitting analysis system is built with state-of-the-art technology and designed specifically for softball instruction. The RVP hitting analysis system has proved to be the premiere training solution for softball coaches and softball players. RVP keeps it simple while giving the softball coach or softball player all the tools necessary to analyze their hitting skills with immediate feedback. Bottom line, RVP tools were designed by softball coaches and softball players—for softball coaches and softball players—with technology that really delivers.

    The true power of the RVP system is its ability to compare student hitting skills against the very best players in the game. RVP is the only hitting analysis system licensed to use Major League Baseball players as well as professional and Olympic softball players as models. See the best to be your best—all the professional models are shot from consistent angles for complete and accurate comparisons.

    The most up-to-date hitting techniques used in college softball today are presented in private lessons, coaching clinics, and team sessions. Power Line coaches bring college softball playing and coaching experience into teaching and developing these skills. This direct connection to the game and the ability to thoroughly understand the process of specific technique work provides the softball athlete the opportunity to excel at the highest level.

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  • Pitching Lessons

    To work progression in order to master all parts of the pitch and allow for maximum understanding of a fundamentally sound full pitch. This will allow the athlete to better make adjustments when pitching full out in a game situation.

    The most up-to-date pitching techniques used in college softball today are presented in private lessons, coaching clinics, and team sessions. Power Line coaches bring college softball playing and coaching experience into teaching and developing these skills. This direct connection to the game and the ability to thoroughly understand the process of specific technique work provides the softball athlete the opportunity to excel at the highest level.

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  • Defensive Lessons

    The key to strong defense is to attack the ball. Power Line teaches that whether they are an infielder or an outfielder they should never be standing still while fielding. Our athletes need to be constantly moving, staying low, and quickly and smoothly transitioning from fielding to throwing.

    The most up-to-date defensive techniques used in college softball today are presented in private lessons, coaching clinics, and team sessions. Power Line coaches bring college softball playing and coaching experience into teaching and developing these skills. This direct connection to the game and the ability to thoroughly understand the process of specific technique work provides the softball athlete the opportunity to excel at the highest level.

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  • Catching Lessons

    Exceptional catchers are those athletes who stand-out on the field with their work ethic, athleticism, personality, and enthusiasm. Power Line catcher training focuses on footwork, quickness, and skill development in order to maximize the effectiveness of their movements.

    The most up-to-date catching techniques used in college softball today are presented in private lessons, coaching clinics, and team sessions. Power Line coaches bring college softball playing and coaching experience into teaching and developing these skills. This direct connection to the game and the ability to thoroughly understand the process of specific technique work provides the softball athlete the opportunity to excel at the highest level.

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