You may be experiencing a pause or delay in your season, and you may even be stuck at home. But just because you can’t take the field doesn’t mean you can’t do your best to take advantage of the situation. Maybe there is a new hobby you can pick up. Or maybe now is a good time to plan some family activities. Or you can even train yourself at home to stay at the top of your game once your season resumes.
With a large portion of the world currently practicing social distancing, and no ballgames to be played at the time, how does one scratch the baseball itch that always comes this time of year? If training isn’t enough and you want more baseball even during your relaxing hours (and who doesn’t), you can always turn on your favorite baseball movie.
Without the consistent, everyday rhythm of baseball, it can be challenging for catchers to stay in shape and keep up their strength, endurance, and their reflexes. If you’re a catcher, here are some drills you can do at home by yourself to stay ahead of your competition.