PITCHING TUNNELS FOR BASEBALL & SOFTBALL
Tips To Do It Yourself. There's Often Nothing Better Than A Great Outdoor Project. Use These D.I.Y. Tips Below To Hang Up Your Pitching Tunnel.
The Lucky # Is 3. Look For 3 Trees Or 3 Poles That Form A Triangle Shape With Enough Distance To Hang Your Tunnel. A Ladder Will Be Needed!
Unroll The Tunnel Towards The Strike Zone.
Attach The Strike Zone Side First.
At 6.5' Above The Ground, Attach A Rope Loop Or An Eyebolt. Attach Ratchet Strap From Anchor Point To End Of Tunnel. Pull Out Slack & Click Until Tight. You Might Need A Ladder For This Step.
Then Attach The Two Pitching Sides The Same Way As Above. If You Use Trees (pictured to the right) , Use A Quality Rope Loop (See: How Make A Rope Loop) . Attach The Tunnel About 10' Up From The Ground. You Will Need A Ladder For This Step. Be Careful And Use A Partner.
Or . . . Rig Up A Winch N Pulley From A Tree . . .
Get Your Pitch On! . . .
. . . Show Love & Respect For The Trees! . . .
~Warm Up Properly Before Engaging In Any Exercises.
~Pitch With Care And Stay At A Comfortable Pace.
~ Maintain Smooth Mechanics When Throwing.
~It Is Recommended That You Train With A Partner, Family Member, Or Coach.
~Know Your Limitations.
~ Do NOT Continue Throwing/Playing If You Feel Numbness, Pain Or Discomfort.
~Start Slowly And Build Up To A More Intense Routine.
~Practice Good Arm Care Habits
~Make Sure All Anchor Points Are Strong, Safe, & Secure.
~Adult Supervision Is A Must During Installation.
~Do NOT Modify The Pitching Tunnel In Any Way.
~Do NOT Allow Anyone To Hang On The Pitching Tunnel.
~Rope Loops & Ratchet Straps Are Sold Separately.
~Always Consult A Physician Before Starting Any Exercise Program.
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