It’s the Division One conference championship game.
The stakes are high and the pressure is on.
Everything is going great and then BOOM! You make a key error and now your opponent has the momentum.
Am I letting my team-mates down?
What is my coaching thinking of me?
What are the scouts in the stands thinking now?
Depending on what level of ball you’re playing you could be having one or all three of these thoughts going through your head after something like this.
The question is…
“How do you bounce back with even more confidence after making a key error when the game is on the line?”
3 baseball tips that will show you how to deal with any baseball adversity so you can respond to any error in a more effective way and avoid allowing your performance slip.
The 3 Confidence & Focus building baseball tips
1. Become aware that you have a choice.
2. Narrow your focus.
3. Trust your abilities
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It’s important to note that in this baseball
fielding drill, what’s being emphasized is the foot-work and arm slots that need to be incorporated into this fielding drill.
One great thing about training to turning the double is that it can be done as an
indoor baseball drill as well.
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This is a baseball video training players. The drill is part of the indoor baseball drills section
A huge part of this
baseball fielding drill is that it give you an idea of how important it is to have soft hands. Regardless of what level you are playing at currently, developing and continuing to work on the basic fundamentals is an essential part of making baseball fun.
Dont forget to check out our other lists of
baseball fielding drills and hitting tips and drills that can be found throughout the site.
This video hopefully inspires you to do so.