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    I can talk softball all day Maxx's Avatar
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    Default Steve Englishbey Hitting Clinic - Dallas, TX - May 28th

    Nationally known hitting instructor, Steve Englishbey will be leading a one day softball hitting clinic in Dallas, Texas on Memorial Day, which is Monday May 28th.

    This clinic is open to softball players graduating in 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024 and will be limited to 24 spots for hitters.

    There will also be 10 spots open for coaches (youth, travel, high school, college) who would like to learn more about helping their hitters develop an elite softball swing.

    Steve has substantial experience training athletes and has a deep intellectual interest in sports science theory and application including biomechanics, functional anatomy, sports psychology, motor learning, motor control, etc. He has spent hundreds of hours studying video of elite baseball and fastpitch softball hitters and applies his knowledge on the field with hitters of all ages and levels. He also has spent considerable time swinging the bat himself and applying many of the same concepts and practice methods to his own swing that he teaches to others. In my opinion, no one knows how to teach the elite level swing better than Steve! You can learn more about Steve at

    In addition to the unique philosophies and drills that will be incorporated into this clinic, hitters will also use Diamond Kinetics sensors to provide video analysis and measurements of each swing. Diamond Kinetics will be measuring hand speed, barrel speed, exit velocity, launch angle, and distance. All participants will receive the data from their swings following the clinic!

    Since spots are limited, you must register early to guarantee a spot! For info and registration, please click on the link below!
    Dallas, Texas Hitting Clinic May 28th

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    Just curious if anyone has thoughts/experience with his style/philosophy?

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    Some people disagree that his "fly off the merry-go-round" approach is representative of the mechanics used by the best hitters in softball and baseball.

    Also, he likes to talk. A lot.
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    DD did a one on one session with Steve a while back. Yes he talks a lot. With that said, I like what he teaches, but DD didn't click with him.

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