Can-Pitch Clinic - Starting February 20th, News (Stratford Girls Softball)

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Can-Pitch Clinic - Starting February 20th
Submitted By Jamie Parr on Wed 01 31, 18
The Can-pitch clinic will Start on February 20.  Please check your emails for details if you are signed up.

Space is still available if you would like to sign up.  Contact Jamie Parr

February 6&13 The Gym will be open for the Pitchers to get started before the clinic.


SMGSA is working out the final details on a Can-pitch clinic in Stratford.  This will be a 6 week program that will provide 1 hour of pitching instruction by Softball pitching instructors.

The Can-pitch program is designed to start with the basics and promote good technique. The instructors will adjust the program as needed for the skill level of the group throughout the 6 week program. 
More information on the program is below and can be found at softballontario.ca



We will offer the clinic first to Girls that will be on the 2018 Mite,Squirt and PeeWee Huron Perth Teams. If space is available the clinic will be opened to the Novice and Bantam Rep teams.
We will add a registration page for the Can-pitch clinic when details are finalized.
If you would like to be add to the list for more details, Please sent your information to Jamie at [email protected]



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Stages Offered 

 

 

Softball Ontario is currently offering the following developmental levels with plans to add more in the future. All participants will be evaluated at the beginning of the program and will be trained at the level that best suits their needs.

The CANpitch Program is a progression curriculum that is taught in a 6-week training program. Each week the participant will learn more fundamental movements and basic mechanics of pitching and by the end of the 6-weeks the participants will be able to say to their coach “I can pitch an inning if you need.” The way this program is designed is to gently progress each participant is gaining the knowledge and mechanics to feel comfortable in pitching.

Using the CANpitch Program, Softball Canada hopes to allow coaches to encourage every interested player- regardless of their size and athleticism- to try pitching. Softball Ontario would like to encourage pitchers of all ages who are interested in learning the basic fundamentals to sign up for the CANpitch Program!

FUNdamentals Stage (Starting at ages 6-9 years)

The FUNdamental Stage is the entry level for young pitchers. At this level participants will learn the proper instruction of grip, wrist snap, arm rotation, and stride (should be a priority).

Structured Lesson: 1- hour, 1x per week for 6 weeks

Additional Practice Time: Participants are encouraged to practice one additional session per week on their own time with parents/team.

Price: TBD (plus applicable taxes) Must be paid in full.

Maximum Number of Participants per Session hour: 6

Learn2Train Stage (Starting at ages 10-12 years)

In the Learn2Train Stage, participants continue to learn fundamental pitching skills. The goal of this stage is to systematically build on the skills learned in the FUNdametnal Stage by increasing the speed of motion and throwing to basic targets while focusing on the coordination of the arms and legs, the power line and throwing strikes.

Structured Lesson: 1-hour, 1x per week for 6 weeks.

Additional Practice Time: Particpants are encouraged to practice at least 20 minutes one to two times per week with a coach, catcher or parent.

Price: TBD (plus applicable taxes) Must be paid in full.

Maximum Number of Participants per Session hour: 6

Train2Train Stage (Starting at ages 12-16)

This stage has participants focusing on mechanics, velocity, control, drop, change rise/curve.

Structured Lesson:  1- hour, 1x per week for 6 weeks.

Additional Practice Time:  Participants are encouraged to practice at least 20 mintues one to two times per week with a coach, catcher or parent.

Price:  TBD (plus applicable taxes) Must be paid in full

Maximum Number of Participants per Session hour: 6

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