Frostburg State University
Cordts PE Center
101 Braddock Avenue
Frostburg, MD 21532
Elite Winter Hitting & Pitching Camp
Saturday February 15th, 2020
Hitting Session 1: 9:00am-12:00pm SOLD OUT
Hitting Session 2: 12:30pm-3:30pm SOLD OUT
$100 per session
Limited to 24 participants per session
Pitching Session 1: 9:00am-12:00pm SOLD OUT
Pitching Session 2: 12:30pm -3:30pm 2 spots open
*Must bring your own catcher
Limited to 12 participants per session
Option 1: Pitching 9a-12p / Hitting 12:30p-3:30p SOLD OUT
Option 2: Hitting 9a-12p / Pitching 12:30p-3:30p SOLD OUT
Please view our Policies Page before registering.
This advanced level softball hitting clinic will be led by the Frostburg State University coaching staff and current players.
This clinic is open to softball players graduating in 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025 (grades 7-12).
This clinic will have a limited number of spots per session, so please register early!
There will be NO walk-up registrations accepted. Be sure to register early!
The Frostburg coaching staff has substantial experience training athletes and an interest in the application of advanced concepts including biomechanics, functional anatomy, motor learning, and motor control. The staff has spent hundreds of hours studying video of elite baseball and softball hitters and applies this knowledge on the field with hitters of all ages and levels. Hitters attending this clinic will be learning the swing that is being taught at the top levels of college softball!
In addition to the unique philosophies and drills that we will be incorporating into this clinic, we will also use provide video analysis and measurements of each player's swing. We will be measuring hand speed, barrel speed, exit velocity, launch angle, and distance.
The schedule will be broken down as follows:
Check in (no walk up registrations will be permitted).
Introductions & warm up.
Intro to hitting philosophy
Hitting skill work
Hitting cage work; measurement & analysis
Final thoughts, question and answer.
In the advanced Pitching session, Coach Shock will focus on fastballs and change-ups for the first part of of the session. Drills will be geared toward pitching mechanics, speed, and location.
The second part of the session will be devoted to developing other pitches including drop, rise, curve, screw. Pitchers will focus on developing the pitches that best match their level of ability.
The final portion of the camp will focus on drills and exercises specifically geared toward developing overall pitching strength and power.
At the end of the camp, participants will receive an evaluation sheet with drills to help them maintain what they’ve worked on.
Catchers will not be supplied. It is highly recommended that you bring your own catcher, but if you can’t you will be able to throw into a net.
WHAT TO BRING TO THE CLINIC:
Players should bring batting gloves, helmet, and bat. Players should also bring indoor shoes. Players are responsible for bringing their own lunch and water. Be sure to label all equipment and personal items. MAXX Fastpitch and the host facility will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items.
Please be sure to review our weather and refund policies.
Questions? Please contact us.
All clinics are open to any and all female entrants limited only by age, grade level, or number of participants.