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Youth baseball players should be excited now, as this is the best and most exciting part of the season, at least for serious youth baseball players, whose favorite sport is baseball. You are probably thinking that makes no sense as the season is now over, except for the lucky few advancing in the Little League World Series chase. Precisely, but the weather is great for baseball and the major league season begins to get more exciting for teams run to the World Series, so players can still watch baseball.
Baseball is fresh in players' minds and hopefully they are not burned out from too much baseball. Unfortunately, that is the case for many, due to the nature of youth baseball now, when adults have youth baseball players playing ball year round, something I do not recommend at any level of baseball. For youth baseball players, they should have at least four months off from touching a baseball, but this is not the four months I would recommend to take the break. That is a story for another day. The important thing is that because it is still the baseball time of year, players should take advantage of it.
Players' arms are in shape and without games to play in this end of season break time, there is no pressure, so it is a great time to keep working on their games, as well as to make changes to their mechanics, without worry of how the changes will work in game play. Following are some tips for youth baseball players to consider before using the next six weeks or so to sharpen up their game, putting them in great position when they begin their off season workouts, after that four month break. Many players may play fall baseball, which is more reason to sharpen up before that begins, which delays their off season break. Parents should help players with the following.
Players and parents should
This time of year is an especially good time for youth baseball players to work on building throwing arm strength, as saving the arm for games is not an issue. Even for kids getting ready for playing another sport, recommended, they should still find time for some baseball practice on the side. Youth baseball players, who practice when others are not, have a great opportunity of advancing ahead of the competition, as long as they remain enthusiastic for the work, without risk of burnout.
After playing major league baseball, Jack Perconte has taught baseball and softball since 1988 and offered valuable coaching training too. He has helped numerous youth players reach their potential, as well as having helped parents and coaches navigate their way through the challenging world of youth sports. Jack is one of the leading authorities in the areas of youth baseball training and coaching training advice.All Jack Perconte articles are used with copyright permission.
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