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    Thought I would share . Threw this together and experimenting with some time lapse. Practice was about 4 hours on Saturday. Managed to cut it down to almost 8 mins .

    Used the GoPro time lapse set at 2 sec time . Used Lynk Spyder for the mount...

    Enjoy the music. LOL


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cR0-Pivt8uo&t=166s

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    What if you did it in super slowmo?

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    Then a 7 min video would turn into a 1 hour video. LOL

    Originally there was 20 min video. No one wants to see a 20 min video. LOL
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    Holy catchers!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orange Socks View Post
    What if you did it in super slowmo?

    I will probably do another time lapse at .5 sec instead of two sec interval. Might help some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pattar View Post
    Holy catchers!!!
    No kidding! Did I count 8 catchers??

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    Ha, good stuff Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMD View Post
    No kidding! Did I count 8 catchers??
    Yeah no kidding... we feel lucky to have 2 and an emergency backup.
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    I've sort of become obsessed with practice planning lol....we have a 16/18 group too (two teams, practicing together in the winter, more separately fall/summer in a cold climate)....

    So wondering....is that really catchers for one team? how do you figure out how to work catchers that also play other positions without shorting/cheating them?

    What type of practice is this? Off-season skills work? Regular practice? Etc. Do you do situational work at a different time?

    Do you like mixing catching/pitching, fielding and hitting? We tend to do separate focused practices. Just curious.

    How much do you emphasize/work fundamentals vs. just-reps (and assume advanced players are relatively solid)?

    How many practices per week? How much side-practicing/individual work do your players do? -- pitchers, catchers, hitters, position play?

    TKS! Great video!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichK View Post
    I've sort of become obsessed with practice planning lol....we have a 16/18 group too (two teams, practicing together in the winter, more separately fall/summer in a cold climate)....

    So wondering....is that really catchers for one team? how do you figure out how to work catchers that also play other positions without shorting/cheating them?

    What type of practice is this? Off-season skills work? Regular practice? Etc. Do you do situational work at a different time?

    Do you like mixing catching/pitching, fielding and hitting? We tend to do separate focused practices. Just curious.

    How much do you emphasize/work fundamentals vs. just-reps (and assume advanced players are relatively solid)?

    How many practices per week? How much side-practicing/individual work do your players do? -- pitchers, catchers, hitters, position play?

    TKS! Great video!

    We do two practices a week. Pitchers and catchers have to get to practice an hour before group practice starts. Thats what you are seeing in the first part of video until music changes over to Papa Roach.

    Tonights practice is hitting. Saturday practice is fielding and some hitting. Sat practice goes from 8am-1pm.

    Hope that helps some

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