This coaching course is loaded with drills for the young beginner, intermediate and advanced pitcher. It is like having two courses for the price of one. Morgan and Megan demonstrate the proper mechanics to have a good fastball. You want to start with establishing correct muscle memory. This will ensure that you are headed in the right direction. Pitching requires PATIENCE. Parents, you will be chasing balls for several weeks until your daughter's muscle memory and mechanics improve.
The best pitchers have different styles; however, they all have one thing in common, they are consistent. Every pitcher has their own personality and style, so be yourself. I would suggest you find a pitching coach in which you have confidence. New pitchers MUST practice a minimum of four days a week. You should see improvement with every practice session. You want to work smarter, not harder. "Practice and commitment make the difference!"
Jerry Johnson was born and raised in Prattville, AL. After 26 years in the U.S. Army he retired in 1993 with the rank of Sergeant Major. He remained in Beckley, West Virginia with his wife Rita after his retirement. Jerry began working with the West Virginia Greenbrier County Board of Education in the fall of 1993. There he taught JROTC at Greenbrier West High School.
Jerry Johnson has been involved in Softball for over 30 years; he has coached at every level. In 1996 he became Greenbrier West High School's first Softball coach. In September 2004, he became the Pitching Coach for the Mountain State University Lady Cougars softball team. In September 2005, he was assigned the Assistant Head Coach of the MSU Lady Cougars.
Jerry retired from the Greenbrier County School System in June 2005. Jerry Johnson is the owner and operator of Jerry's FastPitch, LLC and continues to teach private pitching lessons as well as organizing and participating in pitching clinics throughout Southern West Virginia. Jerry has coached students through out the United States. Jerry is a graduate of Columbia College and Concord University (formerly Concord College).
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