Your glove hand path makes your ball go where you want.
You prepare for your glove hand path by
– bending your knees,
– placing your feet one baseball width apart,
– putting your weight over your back knee, and
– making sure your front foot is over your front shoulder.
Front Foot Lift
When your front foot comes off the ground, you
– lift your front knee toward your front shoulder,
– position your back heel in front of your back toe and
– make sure your front toe is facing the target.
From there, your glove hand produces your command.
– brings your glove hand palm toward your target and
– ball moves directly to your target.
Essentially, your glove hand triggers your lower body to naturally send your ball directly to your target.
Having an issue with your glove hand path, Coach Skip is waiting for your call.