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Latest Videos in Softball
Every year, Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden sponsors a celebrity softball game to raise money for charity. Haden asks other notable NFL athletes to join him in an event that is sure to warm the hearts of sports fans everywhere.
The University of Alabama softball team performs Granny Throws using medicine balls with coaching from head strength and conditioning coach Michelle Diltz.
The University of Alabama softball team performs External Rotations with a resistance bands to strengthen the posterior portion of the shoulder blade.
The University of Alabama softball team performs a Dumbbell Bench with coaching from head strength and conditioning coach Michelle Diltz.
The University of Alabama softball team performs a Front Foot Elevated Lunge with coaching from head strength and conditioning coach Michelle Diltz.