Check out these tips for warming up. These
are especially important for early games on cool mornings.
The Top 3 Softball Stretches
Stretching is one of the most under-utilized techniques for improving athletic performance, preventing sports injury and properly rehabilitating sprain and strain injury. Don’t make the mistake of
thinking that something as simple as stretching won’t be effective. Below are 3 very beneficial stretches for softball; obviously there are a lot more, but these are a great place to start. Please
make special note of the instructions beside each stretch.
Lying Knee Roll-over Stretch: While lying on your back, bend your
knees and let them fall to one side. Keep your arms out to the side and let your back and hips rotate with your knees.
Elbow-out Rotator Stretch: Stand with your hand behind the middle
of your back and your elbow pointing out. Reach over with your other hand and gently pull your elbow forward.
Rotating Wrist Stretch: Place one arm straight out in front and
parallel to the ground. Rotate your wrist down and outwards and then use your other hand to further rotate your hand upwards.