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Softball is a popular game that is enjoyed by people of all ages in Staten Island. There are a lot of things that you should take into consideration and process that you need to surpass if you want to be a successful and competitive player of softball.

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The Importance of Taking Some Time off After an Intense Softball Training

Author: Marc Dagenais

Softball is a popular game that is enjoyed by people of all ages. It doesn’t only serve as recreation; it is also a sport that is played by professional players. There are a lot of things that you should take into consideration and process that you need to surpass if you want to a successful and competitive player of softball.

One of the essential things that you should do is to have a serious training. And a serious training means you will need to set aside your time, effort, and energy for it. Speed, power, vigor, and agility are the needed skills in softball because this sport involves batting, throwing, running, and pitching. The game will exhaust you not only physically but mentally as well. That’s why you need to undergo some training because you need to acquire all of these skills because it will serve as your edge to other players.

You must make a schedule if you want to undergo training. Being serious in this training doesn’t necessarily mean that you will have it everyday. It is important that you will also take some time off. Your body also has its limits, it needs rest. Overdoing something is not good. It is natural for our body to feel pain so don’t you dare ignore it. Pain is the signal that your body needs to rest. By ignoring pain, you will suffer in the future and all your efforts will just go to waste.

Softball seems to be the life of professional softball players. It is like the air that they breathe. That’s why they keep on training hard to maintain their success. But they also spend some of their time to relax. They take some time off to rejuvenate. They know that rest is important for the body. They need to be fully charged so that they will have energy if they are back for their trainings and competitions. You should do the same. You should unwind in every end of the season. Give yourself a couple of weeks to heal all the injuries that you got from the training or competition. Loosen up a bit. Chill.

Working and training hard is really important. That is unquestionable. But training hard without any relaxation or rest is stupidity. It will be useless for you to have training or to join a competition because you are drained and exhausted. Train hard but less often. It will be the greatest key for your success.

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Marc Dagenais, MHK, CSCS, is a softball strength coach that helps players and teams hit with more power, run faster, throw harder, be mentally tougher, and more dominant on the field. Get a FREE copy of my report on the Softball’s 10 Deadliest Training Mistakes at:

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