09/28 Fall Practice 1

Team Name
09/28 Fall Practice 1
Location
BG Field A
Date
09/28/2020
Start Time
1:00
End Time
3:05
EARLY ACTIVITY DRILL STARTS AT 0:30 (BELOW GOLD)
09/28 Fall Practice 1 stopwatch 0:30-1:00 timer 30 Minutes
notes Notes:
Miracle Sports Performance workout.
PRACTICE STARTS AT 1:00 (BELOW BLACK)
Throwing Warm Up Throwing Progression stopwatch 1:00-1:10 timer 10 Minutes
Throwing Progression is a series of three drills: Two Knee Catch, One Knee Catch, and Feet in Concrete.  All three are supported in the DC Library with...Read More
notes Notes:
Stand Throwing transition to Long Toss Throwing
  WATER BREAK (5min)  
Stations (Groups rotate halfway through block)
Tennis Racquet Fly Balls
stopwatch 1:15-1:25 timer 10 Minutes
Use Tennis Racket/Balls. Get to stop quickly while rounding into balls in front. Drop step to get to balls behind
BP Reps: Front Toss
stopwatch 1:25-1:40 timer 15 Minutes
Catch & Pop
stopwatch 1:40-1:50 timer 10 Minutes
Field / Pop up to Throw
Heavy Ball Hitting
stopwatch 1:50-2:05 timer 15 Minutes
Dueling Fungos
stopwatch 2:05-2:15 timer 10 Minutes
Split into positions. Can start out with no throwing, just put out buckets to put balls in.
  WATER BREAK (5min)  
Team 1 Scrimmage stopwatch 2:20-2:30 timer 10 Minutes
A scrimmage is a time for kids to put the hard work into action, and experience the pressure of competition.  Simulate game play by splitting into groups...Read More
notes Notes:
Craig, Alex W., RJ (coach/? to run for RJ)
Team 2 Scrimmage stopwatch 2:30-2:40 timer 10 Minutes
A scrimmage is a time for kids to put the hard work into action, and experience the pressure of competition.  Simulate game play by splitting into groups...Read More
notes Notes:
Porter, Dawson
Team 3 Scrimmage stopwatch 2:40-2:50 timer 10 Minutes
A scrimmage is a time for kids to put the hard work into action, and experience the pressure of competition.  Simulate game play by splitting into groups...Read More
notes Notes:
Jackson, Carter
Team 4 Scrimmage stopwatch 2:50-3:05 timer 15 Minutes
A scrimmage is a time for kids to put the hard work into action, and experience the pressure of competition.  Simulate game play by splitting into groups...Read More
notes Notes:
Evan, EK

"Goal Example: Hit .400 this season. Goals earn us two big things: 1) Achievement; and, 2) Personal Development"

– Dan Keller (Dugout Captain)

GOALS

  •  Achievement: ego, game ball, all-star team (stuff easily forgotten)
  •  Development: Physical (improved swing, more power, better eye) + Character (work ethic, persistence, adversity)
  •  Setting goals is a skill, skills take practice. We start today: What are OUR team goals?