Stick & Ball TV

Stick & Ball TV

Big 3 - Blocking

Big 3 - Blocking

No Hands Block

Strength - Med Ball

Block and Balance Drill

Being under control and balanced during the blocking process is very important for blocking success. It is especially important at the end of the block and will help in the recovery process.

Being under control and balanced during the blocking process is very important for blocking success. It is especially important at the end of the block and will help in the recovery process.

Supine Butterflies

Mini Foam Ball

Stance - Secondary (Foot position)

Bosu Ball Windshield Wipers

Being strong from elbows to fingertips is essential for receiving success. We not only need to be quick but also need to be strong to minimize movement during the receiving process.

Being strong from elbows to fingertips is essential for receiving success. We not only need to be quick but also need to be strong to minimize movement during the receiving process.

Drop and Block

Knee Taps

Strength - Static Hold

Footwork Variations, Throwing to 2B

The pitch location and batter location will dictate what footwork the catcher will use during a throw. The variations you will see utilized are the jab step, the replace method, the Rock & Fire or Load & Throw technique and throwing from the knees.

The pitch location and batter location will dictate what footwork the catcher will use during a throw. The variations you will see utilized are the jab step, the replace method, the Rock & Fire or Load & Throw technique and throwing from the knees.

Wrist Weight Receiving

Stance - Primary (Shoulder Position)

Big 3 - Receiving

Jump Pivot Receiving

Tennis Ball Receiving

Load and Throw

Double Blocks

Frisbee Receiving

Stance - One Knee Setup

2 Ball Exchange

Strength - Resistance Exercise with Partner

Standing Leg Swing

Squat Walk

Live Blocking

Big 4 - Throwing

Straight Leg Raise Series

Live Blocking - Block, Receive or Throw

Heavy Ball Receiving

Being strong from elbows to fingertips is essential for receiving success. We not only need to be quick but also need to be strong to minimize movement during the receiving process.

Being strong from elbows to fingertips is essential for receiving success. We not only need to be quick but also need to be strong to minimize movement during the receiving process.

Frisbee Toss

3 Ball Exchange

Rolling Blocks

A common mistake or fault made by catchers when blocking is to either not get their mitt all the way down to the ground or they’ll get their mitt down but lift it when the ball is hitting the ground. This drill will eliminate these bad habits.

A common mistake or fault made by catchers when blocking is to either not get their mitt all the way down to the ground or they’ll get their mitt down but lift it when the ball is hitting the ground. This drill will eliminate these bad habits.

Mitt Down Blocks

Two Finger Receiving

Knee Throw

Strength - Band Resistance

Recovery Quickness Drill

The catcher's ability to recover from a block and retrieve the ball quickly is essential for controlling the running game. You could be the best blocking catcher in the world but if you’re slow to recover, the good blocks don’t matter.

The catcher's ability to recover from a block and retrieve the ball quickly is essential for controlling the running game. You could be the best blocking catcher in the world but if you’re slow to recover, the good blocks don’t matter.

Pocket Training Mitt

Band Resisted Shoulder Circuit

2 Knee Pick Exchange

Mitt Flip Blocks

Frog Stretch

Strength - Racquetball Squeeze

Live Blocking - Breaking Ball

Stance - Primary

Stance - Secondary

Strength - Figure 8

Strength - Anvil Mitt Receiving

Strength - Band Resistance for Rotator Cuff

Fire Hydrant

Positioning

Safety Tips

Correct Blocking Technique

Catcher Receiving Basics

Footwork - Runner Stealing 2nd

Marcus Hanel 6 Ball Drill

Marcus Hanel Americano Drill