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    One of the most intimidating things we can do as human beings is start something new. Especially when that something has been around for a while like, say, fastpitch softball. We look at ourselves and see how ill-prepared we are. Then we look at others and see how much better they are – some are […]

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    There more I learn, the more I realize there is to learn!
    Some of my favorite pitching sites, threads and videos: https://www.discussfastpitch.com/sof...tml#post449172 and https://fastpitchfoundations.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken B View Post
    There more I learn, the more I realize there is to learn!
    Same. It never ends!
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    I really like this post Ken. I’d add that it’s important not to put too much stock in comparing your team to what you see in the WCWS or PGF championships. Whatever level your girls are, you are there to elevate them...grow their skills, their character, their friendships. Most of us don’t coach the next members of the US national team, or the Sec’s next phenom...this game though is an awesome vehicle for all girls to grow into confident team conscious women. No matter what level you coach, if you keep that in mind, and respect the awesome charge you’ve been given, there’s no way you won’t want to keep learning, keep absorbing the knowledge of fellow coaches, teachers, mentors...

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