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Friday, July 15, 2011

Teaching Your Child to Hit a Baseball

Teaching Your Child to Hit a Baseball
By Allie Watkins

Always exercise patience when it comes to teaching your child to hit a baseball. You must realize that it happens to be one of the most difficult things to do when it comes to any sport and your child will not be able to master it instantaneously.

You obviously will take quite a while to get it right. Hence try to make the process fun and exiting for your child and make sure both of you do not get frustrated. It is also important to have short sessions so that your child will want to get at it again the next day.

Never neglect the basics of hitting. Your kid may have a rough idea of what to do but it is always better if you instill the fundamentals in him. Take him to the batters box and show him the proper stance and how the bat is held and other pointers and tips.

Always a reminder to your kid is that even major league players do this and practice the basics every day.

One proven and tested method is hitting the ball of a tee. This usually incorporates the importance of a child seeing the ball while hitting it and better chance of hitting the ball when compared to the usual hitting mechanics.

Also you can practice any where and for how ever long you want to. There are no prescribed time tables you need to follow. You could always work alone even in a little spare or free time that you have.

How ever you plan on going about your game always remember that you should have fun while doing it. Baseball being the greatest game in the world always is fun for kids as they get to hit a ball. Try to make your kid enjoy the game.

Some kids may get bored after some hitting. It is always better you change your activity or end the session. Plan your practice in advance for a good and satisfying session.

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