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Everything Fastpitch is a podcast hosted by Coach Tory Acheson and Coach Don McKinlay. Tory and Don are former college coaches that are now full time instructors and travel ball coaches. Since retiring form active collegiate coaching they have committed themselves to providing educational materials to the fastpitch community. This podcast is one of the resources they are providing. Their website has 500+ blog posts and they have a YouTube channel. All of these cover fastpitch softball from c ...
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Softball Fastpitch TV Show

Gary Leland - Fastpitch Softball Junkie

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The Fastpitch Softball TV Show has interviews with Olympians, Hall of Fame Players, and Coaches. Watch as Great players from the sport of fastpitch softball give you tips, and show you drills to improve your game. Sponsored by http://SoftballJunk.com Check out our website at www.Fastpitch.TV
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Fastpitch Softball Radio Network

Gary Leland - Fastpitch TV

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The Fastpitch Radio Network is more than a single podcast about fastpitch softball. It is a network for fastpitch softball podcasts. My goal is to bring together great producers of the best fastpitch softball content on the planet. If you produce a podcast for the sport of fastpitch softball, and would like to get involved with the Fastpitch Radio Network email FastpitchTV@gmail.com for more information. The Fastpitch Radio Network is part of The Fastpitch TV Network located at http://Fastpi ...
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If you go to Minot High and you’ve been thinking about joining softball or want to know more about it, then this is the podcast for you! I’ll give a little insight on everything that goes on at practice, games, and team bonding. If you are thinking about joining, maybe this will influence your decision!
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It is summer time or close to it. Your player's and parent's lives are going to change. School won't be dictating a schedule and your players will be involved in additional activities. The family dynamics will change. You may have player's school years ending at different times, What has been the status quo is gone. It is up to you to adapt and emb…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Is it okay to use a bat weight in the on-deck circle? (@10:29) Paige's Power Play: Successful athletes and failure (@13:27) If you celebrate everything, how do you celebrate something special (@15:46) Instant Replay is out of control (@23:30) Practice coaching 3rd base (@30:32) Support the Show.…
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This week the coaches discuss the need to teach players not to react to an umpires call and forget about what is going on in the game. We have seen it at the highest level, where a player starts protesting what they think is a bad call and the other runners keep on going. Support the Show.Oleh Tory Acheson & Don McKinlay
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Players are skipping high school ball, is this a thing? (@15:13) Paige's Power Play: Stats about confidence in girls (@24:34) Best time of the year to watch softball (@28:07) Summer camp season. How to pick the best option. (@35:18) Action Coach Tip: Game plans are important in games and business…
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This week's Lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Daughter moved up to a stronger team, but now wants to quit. Any advice? (@11:42) Paige's Power Play: Stop hoping for a bounce back from a mistake, take action (@17:23) A lot of player's are ending their careers and we can learn from them and put things in perspective (@20:45) Pro Fastpitch is in…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: How to build hitting lineup? (@9:25) Paige's Power Play (@13:58) Interview about the importance of CPR and first aid. (@16:40) How a quote from Geno Auriemma applies to softball (@36:03) Action Coach Tip (@43:03) Support the Show.Oleh Tory Acheson & Don McKinlay
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This week's lineup: Warmup Segment Listener Question: Why are fields that school ball and travel ball use in such bad condition? (@11:15) Paige's Power Play: Failure Recovery (@18:19) In some areas the school ball teams have a no-cut policy and the roster size is too large. What do we think? (@20:43) Traveling long distances to play when there isn'…
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Coaches, Instructors and Parents need to be consistent in the message they are sending to the players. A confused player is an inconsistent player. For the benefit of the player, everybody has to work together. The coaches discuss the relationship between players and coaches and instructors and parents. Support the Show.…
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Players need to advance their skills by practicing skills that are out of their comfort zone but not into their panic zone. In this episode we discuss the three zones that people fall into when performing tasks. The comfort zone where we are totally comfortable. The stretch zone where we are being pushed beyond what we are comfortable with. And fin…
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A listener asks for some advice for bullying on a team whether this be physical, mental or isolating some players. This is a topic that all coaches should be on the watch for, Training hitters for fast pitchers. Hitting is reaction time and there are some drills that we can do to help them. Support the Show.…
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This weeks lineup: Coaches who yell. Some advice to coaches and parents who scream and yell during games and practices. Too many travel teams. There are more players than ever and that is great, but we don't have enough pitchers to support the number of teams. Changes need to be made and the people putting these teams together need to be more reali…
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This week's lineup: Warmup Segment Listener Question: Strengths of batting the entire lineup or nine hitters (@12:09) Paige's Power Play: Mental work helps confidence (@22:36) Moving players around at a young age (@25:28) College Softball observations (@33:17) Slumps (@44:54) Support the Show.Oleh Tory Acheson & Don McKinlay
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We have all seen it, players cannot execute the very basics of playing catch but they are practicing run downs, relays, etc. No matter what level you coach at, but especially those with inexperienced players, you have to be able to throw and catch. It may be boring, you might have to divide your players into groups but you have to work on throwing …
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This week's Lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: What are ways to set up hitting stations for practices? (@12:00) Paige's Power Play: Getting Past Perfection (@15:58) Why do organizations advertise having national, premier or gold level teams.(@18:51) Lack of respect for stars in women's sports? (@27:34) Support the Show.…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Are softball superstitions good or bad? (@13:24) Paige's Power Play: What visualization is like (@18:37) Importance of non-softball training (@25:47) Slow Pitching is not an excuse for hitting problems (@38:14) Be x Do = Have (@48:49) Support the Show.…
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Our game has many different ways that a player can injure themselves. As coaches we can't prevent the freak accidents. Even professional athletes get hurt and they have expert coaching staffs. But we can be aware enough to help our players do things correctly and understand any current issues they have that must be taken into consideration with our…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Footwork for right handed first basemen (@14:05) Paige's Power Play: We can be too humble (@20:12) Why have we gotten so combative in games lately? (@23:29) Helping catcher's adapt to different pitchers (@31:43) Learn from your peers (@39:53) Support the Show.…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Batter/Runner and Catcher's obligation on a dropped 3rd strike? (@13:15) Paige's Power Play: Why taking a break is bad is a myth (@19:00) Interview with EAS recruiting service (@22:31) Please call the strike zone (@39:46) Work your A's off (@53:53) Support the Show.…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: How much should my daughter warm up before each game? (@12:21) Paige's power Play: Free Parent Training (@19:05) Part 2 of Interview with Justin McLeod of D1Softball (@21:38) Observations from games I've seen at the beginning of the season (@42:25) Quote from Usain Bolt and how it applies today (…
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We often hear from students and former students that their coach wants everyone on the team to do something the same way. In this episode we discuss that all players are not physically and athletically the same and maximizing their performance may mean that having a set philosophy is not the best thing. Support the Show.…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: My daughter was called out after being hit with a batted ball while standing on second base. Is this the correct call? (@8:39) Paige's Power Play: Free Parent Training (@12:21) Interview with Justin McLeod of D1 Softball (@15:17) Infield Fly Rule (@42:30) Action Coach Tip: Story telling (@50:48) …
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This is a podcast that every coach and parent of a team should listen to. The financial situation of a family plays a part in the dynamics of a team. Coaches are not expected to investigate a family's financial situation, but they have to understand that a family commits to a team based upon the coach's plan during the formation of the team. Every …
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: What is you reaction to this survey of parents on their expectation of playing softball? (@10:10) Paige's Power Play: How to stop worrying about what others think. (@17:50) "How do you coach in an environment where the players feel they owe you nothing and you owe them everything" Geno Auriemma (…
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This week's Lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Parent is worried about statement a coach is making. (@10:18) Paige's Power Play: How to help your daughter play with boldness. (@18:43) College Camp Strategy for a catcher (@21:50) Discussion of statement "My job is to find someone better than you, your job is to make sure I can't"(@31:53) Commu…
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This week's lineup: Warmup Segment Listener Question: Should paying team dues guarantee you a certain amount of playing time? (@13:00) Paige's Power Play: How to stop being her own worst enemy. (@15:53) College softball is an Equivalency sport. What does that mean? (@19:06) Suggestions to someone applying for a coaching position. A listener is appl…
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Coaches, if you are working hard to get your team to perform and it isn't working we need to change something. We need to step back and take a look at what we are doing and make some adjustments. Our job is to determine why they aren't getting what we are teaching. It could be they just don't understand, don't have the skills or other factors. So, …
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Listener questions philosophy of not trying to hit ground balls. (@8:52) Paige's Power Play: Parent training (@22:25) Are we in a "changing of the guard" period in college sports? (@27:07) Should a player be comfortable when talking to the coach? (@41:01) People develop habits and their habits de…
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To play the game successfully it takes practice and game experience. Coaches need to understand which skills are only learned in practice and skills that have to be learned in games. If we mix them up, players are going to be confused and make the wrong changes. Support the Show.Oleh Tory Acheson & Don McKinlay
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: What is the role of a parent in determining the coachability of a player? (@11:02) Paige's Power Play: Parent Training (@15:13) Strong recommendation for a movie to help players. (@18:50) Aristotle Quote relating to sports: “Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intenti…
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Warmup Segment Warmup Segment Listener Question: Is it important to be part of a large organization? (@14:52) Paige's Power Play: Even dads understand that the mental game is important.(@23:38) Coach Tory and Coach Don take opposite sides on the major changes that have been made in the game of softball. (@27:27) Hitters need to understand the ingre…
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We hear it all the time. Well team X is practicing even though the weather is atrocious, so we need to. Team X is playing in tournaments every weekend so we must. Just because other teams are doing something does not necessarily mean it is best for your team. Make decisions based upon what makes your team better at the end. Support the Show.…
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: How much should a 10U team practice? (@9:28) Paige's Power Play: Prepare for a new year (@15:12) Is it important for teammates to be friends? (@18:25) Why is bunting rare now? (@28:03) Body language is important (@33:01) Support the Show.Oleh Tory Acheson & Don McKinlay
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This week's lineup Warmup Segment Listener Question: Group vs Individual Lessons (@8:25) Paige's Power Play: Creating a vision board (@15:30) NCAA proposal on paying athletes (@18:46) Another NCAA Recruiting Term (@33:58) Why we should enjoy coaching (@39:23) Support the Show.Oleh Tory Acheson & Don McKinlay
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This week's lineup: Warmup Segment Listener Question: Is it really beneficial to be the home team? (@20:08) Paige's Power Play; Vision Board Workshop (@24:20) Another NCAA Recruiting Period definition (@28:54) Pickup Players (@35:13) Coaches and Parents need to understand what a player is working on during lessons. (@47:43) Support the Show.…
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This week we followup from our discussion last week about players playing multiple sports. Last week we primarily discussed the transition from season to season and the overlap. This week we discuss dealing with players that play other sports that coincide with softball and the problems that creates. Support the Show.…
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