Drill Progressions for Developing Outfielders

Drill Progressions for Developing Outfielders
Drill Progressions for Developing Outfielders
Item# LD-03913D
$39.99
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Product Description

  • Develop championship-caliber outfielders with 15+ well-designed drills that train proper movement and mechanics through Coach Buck's proven "Drill Progression" technique
  • Manage productive practices by following specific approaches for maximizing outfield reps while minimizing fatigue
  • Create outfielders who get great jumps, take proper angles, play the wall perfectly, avoid collisions, throw with accuracy, and communicate effectively
with Brandon Buck,
former Mountain Pointe (AZ) High School Head Coach;
2011 5A Division I Arizona State Champs,
finished 2011 ranked #1 Nationally via Freeman's Poll on Max Preps.

In this drill-packed video, Coach Buck gives you everything you need to reduce risk factors in the outfield.

You get a detailed presentation that fully covers Coach Buck's championship development of drop steps, breaks, reads, angles, and throws; a detailed crow-hop progression sequence that drills in proper approach, knee-drive, foot-plant, and full body rotation. Coach Buck shares tested methods for creating a quick transfer, establishing the shoulder as an aiming device, and even a technique that instantly widens the mitt's pocket and increases closure power.

Every segment employs Brandon Buck's proven "drill-progression" approach, developing proper movements and instilling perfection through a logical series in which each drill builds on the one prior. This unique approach creates confidence and develops competence at the same time.

One coach can even run a 5-station fly ball drill, creating multiple angles to the ball—while standing still and without hitting fungoes!

Work the wall, handle "Texas Leaguers," take steps away from runners, position your fielders for success. And introduce your opponents to a new definition of "out" field with this championship approach.

38 minutes. 2011.



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