1st Annual Summit Day of Softball

Summit Softball. Jigs Habaradas

Saturday April 27, 2019 

Come out for the 1st Annual Summit Day of Softball presented by Challenge U Softball and SJBS. This is not your average softball clinic!  Coach Lisa and the instructors at Challenge U will be onsite in Summit for a fun and exciting day of softball training.

Each 1/2 day clinic will cover the following:

  • Wake up to win interactive motivational talk
  • C.U. signature conditioning warm-ups
  • Fundamental hitting station circuits
  • Connecting the fundamentals for a C.U challenge
  • Defensive fundamental circuit training
  • Base-running breakdown progressions
  • Speed and agility training for an aggressive mindset

Registration is open to all SJBS recreation softball players.  SJBS is offering this training at a special discounted price of $21.  Registration is limited to the first 100 players per session.
Session One: 8am – noon – All players in grades 5-8 and 3-4 grade players on the Hurricanes and Cyclones
Session Two: 1pm – 5pm – All players in grade 1-2 and 3-4 grade players not in Session One.

For more information or to register, go to summitsjbs.org

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