Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Don't get mad at me, get mad at the machine!

Pitching machines are the most reliable and effective way to get your little one in tip top shape for the baseball season. Even though, kids these days have enough energy to literally bounce off of walls, they too get run out. That is why pitching machines are key when you're trying to elevate your child's batting skills to another level. While the 'ol right hook has still got it, you don't want to wear your arm out while your son is only gets a few good pitches to practice with. It's better to purchase a machine and let your son use his energy efficiently. This way you can still use your arm in your own games. You can also focus on coaching your son, making him a better player overall.

Opting to use a pitching machine, to get your son or daughter ready for the upcoming season, will pay off three fold. Not only will your child's batting average improve, but your arm will stay intact, and your child can't yell at you for hitting them directly with the ball or throwing bad pitches. Your child will learn a valuable lesson in not having anyone to blame, and instead focus more on his own abilities to swing. This lesson will come in handy when he or she gets older, they will learn to have an introspective view when dealing with sticky situations.

There you have it, making a commitment to train hard and often with a pitching machine pays off well. There are no big cons to this type of training, except maybe the lack of team play and practice, but it'll be the easiest most time expenditure effective investment you've made yet. Machines are easily accessible online or at the batting cages these days, so you won't even need to step foot outside your home if you're busy, leaving you more time to spend with your family.

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Irish National baseball team

Irish National baseball team
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