Create a Better Baseball Practice Plan

I have recently started contributing to the STACK Baseball website, and the following content and link come from an article of mine published on STACK earlier this month. Check out the introduction below, and then follow the link at the end of this post to read the whole article. Thanks for the continued support!

Long before the first pitch is ever thrown, the outcome of a baseball game is decided on the practice field. As a coach, creating a practice plan can help you manage your time better and keep your assistant coaches and players organized and on task, instead of wasting valuable minutes standing around or transitioning from one drill to the next. The more efficient you and your players can be in practice, the better prepared your team will be when it takes the field for a game. If you want to get the most out of your players during practice, here are some guidelines to maximize your time on the diamond.

To get a sample practice plan and schedule, and to read the rest of the article, check it out on STACK by clicking here.

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About The Author

Phil Tognetti, CSCS

Phil Tognetti, CSCS, is the founder and editor of The Full Windup. He has written the eBook ARMing for Success which teaches players and coaches how to set up a proper throwing program. You can learn more about him here and connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.