The following are different articles that are important for getting started in Softball.
First Decide What Level you Want to Play For:
You can play rec or competitive. If you decide you want to play competitive then there are three levels to choose from A, B or C. Competitive A ball is the highest and most difficult level.
If you would like to find out more about the differences between Rec and Competitive or the different levels of Competitive simply click on the link: The Difference Between Rec and Competitive.
To get started in Rec you need to contact your local county and find out about their league and the process of how to get your daughter placed on a team. To learn about your county and their policies simply clink on the link: County Leagues.
After Getting On A Team:
Once your on a team your coach will be able to help you learn the basic fundamentals of fielding your position. If you would like personal help on Hitting or Pitching you can ask your coach for some one on one time, but if he isn't able to offer that you can also take private lessons from an instructor. There are several good instructors out there and the key is finding one that can give you the personal attention you want. To find an instructor in your area simply send an email to SoftballCO@gmail.com or if you would like Candice is available for private lessons, feel free to email her with any questions or to set up lessons at SoftballCO@gmail.com or call (303) 809-1502.
The Next Step:
After your set up to work with a private instructor or if your not quite ready to do that, you can get started on your own by first learning some of the key steps in pitching. To be a pitcher you must first get your arm and wrist use to the movement required. You need to learn how to snap your wrist and you also need to learn how to take your arm around in "the windmill" movement.
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