- Increase the speed of your pitches!
- Uncover key components of pitch velocity.
- Avoid the inhibitors that slow your pitches.
with Nancy Evans,
#1 all time pitching record in NCAA history and 3rd all time in wins,
1998 National Player of the Year (Honda Award), 6 NCAA Championships (as player & coach);
was an assistant softball coach at her alma mater, Arizona, and also at DePaul University; coached the Dutch National team to their first European Championship title in 19 years,
3x All-Star in the National Professional Fastpitch (NPF), a member of the 30 player Pac-12 'All Century Team'
One of the most frequently asked questions from softball pitchers is, "How can I increase my speed?" Coach Nancy Evans addresses this question by teaching and demonstrating the key catalysts, components, drills, mechanics, and principles that will increase your pitch velocity. Evans knows what it takes to become a dominant pitcher. She is the all-time NCAA leader in winning percentage (.938) and was an integral part of three NCAA championships as a starting pitcher. By sharing the key components that both contribute to and inhibit pitch speed, Coach Evans will help you to maximize your velocity on the mound. In addition, she discusses how your physical makeup and training program can influence pitch velocity and how to set realistic goals to strive for at various stages of development. Leg drive, wrist snap, arm strength, proper mechanics--Coach Evans includes everything you need to throw as fast as you can
48 minutes. 2005.Softball Videos