Zone-In Pitching Target
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The Zone-In Pitching Target allows any pitcher, regardless of skill level, to work on and improve pitch location. Great for baseball or softball pitchers, the Zone-In includes the frame with multicolored strike zone and individual pockets along with an attachable Zone Isolator. The Zone Isolator will allow coaches and pitchers to customize pitching drills to improve pitching accuracy. This portable pitching target can isolate critical areas of the strike zone that pitchers will need to practice throwing to in order to prepare them to pitch effectively.
New and Improved!
The Zone-In Pitching Target is a perfect training aid for pitchers of all ages. No catcher is required. This product "grows with your pitcher" meaning, as they advance their skills, the Zone-In presents a more refined focused target to throw to.
The Zone-In is designed and engineered to withstand the constant demands by the highest levels of the game. That is why it is owned by 1000’s of the Top College, High School and Travel Baseball and Softball Programs
Zone-In Pitching Target Features:
- Lightweight and portable
- No tools required for assembly
- Tarp made of heavy duty vinyl coated polyester
- Galvanized Steel frame
- Net backing retains pitched balls
- Weatherproof for outdoor uses
Power, Control and Deception are the three measures of the pitching motion and the Zone-In is all about helping a pitcher at Control. The concept and quality of the Zone-In provides athletes with tons of training challenges along with additional enjoyment and motivation to get better. Kirk Walker - Head Softball Coach at Oregon State University
The Innovation of the Zone-In as a pitching training aid is going to become a standard piece of equipment and a must have for every team. The Zone-In is more than a training aid for pitchers; it has become an essential part of our training during practice and pre-game for the entire team. Clint Myers – 2013-14 Head Softball Coach Auburn University, Former 2 time National Champion at Arizona State University