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    Default Patience the Key to Making Fundamental Changes

      I know I’ve talked about this many times before but one of the problems fastpitch softball players face in our “instant-everything” world is an expectation that they can fix major issues, or go from good to great, with just a few repetitions. I see it all the time. The coach or instructor explains what […]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Krause View Post
    * I know I’ve talked about this many times before but one of the problems fastpitch softball players face in our “instant-everything” world is an expectation that they can fix major issues, or go from good to great, with just a few repetitions. I see it all the time. The coach or instructor explains what […]

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    Excellent post Ken. It's definitely something we all should remember...especially the older coaches such as myself since we didn't grow up with that "instant Google knowledge. "
    Win the games you're supposed to, win some of the games you're not and make the rest of the teams know they've been in a battle to beat you.

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    To your point, practice does not translate to games immediately. The more pressure they are under the more likely they are to drop back to what you are trying to change.

    Patience.

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