"Only positives can be said on this video. It was beyond my expectations for a few reasons. It was well organized and gave an excellent description of each drill. The video also puts up a picture of a baseball diamond and the positioning of each player during the drill.
The narration explains the benefit of each drill. Some things I did not understand in Little League, like the first and third situation are explained and they make sense. The hitting drills are the best I've seen. The proof of the pudding was last Saturday at our practice when my team did not want to leave the field after some of the drills and games from the video were tried.
And to top it off, another coach from the next field came over to ask about some of the things his team saw us doing. This is excellent for 8-12 year olds and I suspect most of the drills can be used for older kids with a few adjustments. This is a great tool combining fun with skills."
"This guy really put a lot of planning in this video. I coach Little League up in Massachusetts and have bought a number of baseball videos. The quality of the filming is excellent. The drills are simplistic yet he puts a twist on some of them and they are very dynamic.
His idea of running a baseball practice in under one hour is great because a lot of coaches just do batting practices for two hours. The drills are creative. The planning is excellent. And the literature sent is very good also. I have no reservation in recommending this to parents of Little Leaguers and coaches."
"As a new baseball coach I was looking for a video that would show me some good drills and how to effectively use my practice time. This video really hit the mark. I'm incorporating as much as I can from the video and the kids really enjoy the drills.
There is so much to teach young players and this video showed effective ways of doing it. My son enjoys watching it and he learns by seeing the kids on the tape performing the different drills."
"My neighbor bought this video for his nine year old girl who is playing softball. After he saw this video, all he did was rave about how it was the best one he ever saw. I had to get myself a copy. When the video arrived, I popped it into the VCR and was very impressed with its content. I had to grab a paper and pencil, however, to keep track of all the drills and ideas that the video presented.
Most of the drills were new to me, some I have seen, but most opened my eyes to a new type of practice. I used to stand out there and throw BP until my arm nearly fell off. Practices would go for as long as three hours and the kids that took BP would have no reason to stay. Now, my practices are no longer than an hour, but I'm getting three times the work done. Excellent work, very well thought out, and could be used at just about any level (under the collegiate level)."