- Practice the little things that make a big difference between winning and losing ball games
- Get the most out of your practices in the least amount of time
- Use practice drills to simulate game-like situations and prepare your team for competition
- These drills can be effectively executed with as few as 1 or 2 coaches
with Marc Rardin, Iowa Western Community College Head Coach;
2014 NJCAA Division I National Champions (third championship in five years (2010-14);
3x NJCAA D-I World Series National Champion /8x World Series Participant;
2010 and 2012 National Coach of the Year; averaged 46 wins over 10 seasons as head coach
Three-time NJCAA National Champion Coach Marc Rardin presents daily drills that will require your players to be accountable for getting their jobs done. These drills will allow you to use every minute of practice to develop players in many different phases of the game.
The drills are based on Coach Rardin's belief that players learn best through game-like situations.
Starting with pre-practice base running drills that include picking up and understanding signs, Coach Rardin moves into hitting and throwing drills which take the coaches out of the mix and require the players perform. These drills include: Two Tee Drill, Position Player Fungo, Throwing Across, Utility Drill to develop the super utility player, Monkey Drill with three pitchers working different variations of PFP simultaneously, and Power Ground Ball.
He lays out every drill in an easy to follow manner describing the different focuses of the drill and demonstrating variations. The drills are progressive and allow players to get quality, game-like reps.
Whether you're a new coach or a veteran coach this DVD has the ability to make you better. Having produced seven Junior College World Series appearances and two National Championships in 10 years, Coach Rardin's approach will give your players focused, technical instruction while requiring them to perform in challenging situations.
The DVD is full of great ideas and drill variations that can help you keep pace with a game that is constantly changing.
69 minutes. 2013.Baseball Videos