Well here in Montana, temperatures have begun to drop, and the snow has begun to fly. That means it is the end of playing ball outside. So as the indoor baseball training season kicks off in the northern climates, it might be time to think about getting all geared up.
From my experience, school districts are quite picky about what you can and can’t do in their facilities. How many times have you heard, “No hardballs!” to prevent any damage in the gym, also, as a coach, safety of athletes is always a concern. Hitting hardballs or tee balls indoors can present some challenges.
So what can you do?
This is the beauty of Soft HIT baseballs and softballs. Since our balls are made from soft, durable foam, they’re perfect for indoor training. No L-screens are necessary to live pitch, and you won’t even need to worry about setting up those pesky precautions to prevent gym fixtures from getting damaged.
Using Soft HIT practice foam balls makes your indoor training easier and safer.