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Does a core of a softball bounce?

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2009-10-24 04:02:17
2009-10-24 04:02:17

Yes, the core of a softball does bounce. It is made out of cork. This is what makes the softball bounce.

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The core rating on a softball refers to the bounce. For example, hold a core .44 in one hand a .47 in the other and drop-em. The core .47 will bounce higher. The major difference in the balls is the compression rating. The higher the compression, the harder the ball. Hard ball = more distance. Standard fastpitch is core .47, compression 375.


it depends if the softball is heavier than the baketball then no it will bounce lower. If a basketball is heavier than a softball it will bounce higher because of gravity


They named it softball because the game of softball was derived from baseball. The baseball had a hard core whereas the softball has a soft core, so they named it softball. Although the ball is not softball the core of the ball is soft.


A softball is called a softball because its core is soft and sponge like. The outside is definately not soft but the core is!


Yes, especially when hit in the infield.


The 44 core is more loosely wound than the 47. The higher the number the tighter the core is wound.


the core of a softball is surrounded by compressed air and nobody really knows how its made. (its made in a factory)


that is a stupid question of course it is a 44 core softball because the lighter it is the faster it goes........stupid ppl...i even i knew that i am dumb..... that is a stupid question of course it is a 44 core softball because the lighter it is the faster it goes........stupid ppl...i even i knew that i am dumb.....


System of a Down has a song called "Bounce."



The muscles that are used in softball are you use your triceps, bicepts, abs, and/ or core of you muscles


It depends on the surface the ball is bouncing on. If the ground is cold, then usually it is harder than normal. When the outfield grass is warmer it's usually softer. Unless the softball is in extreme heat or extreme cold, the ball wont bounce noticeably different. The atoms will be moving slower in a colder softball than in a warmer softball, but it wont cause the ball to die or anything.


Ball is hard on outside,but the core is soft,not allowing it to travel as far and fast as a baseball,hence the name Softball.


what upper body muscles are used for softball your triceps and biceps and also your abs or core muscles



When playing softball you'll need, anaerobic stamina, agility, power, flexibility and muscular strength and core strength


Softball is a power sport. It is important to build core strength, leg power and strengthen your upper body. You need strength to bat, throw and run


You're using majority the muscles of the legs in most of the softball skills from running to fielding and even when you bat and throw. Core muscles are used in most of the softball skills as well. When throwing you use your back and triceps for batting you're using your forearms as well. For pitching your shoulders, legs, core and back are working



Softball Catchers stay in a deep squat position for a long time. thus,it's important to strengthen thighs and core and have a flexible lower back. Squats, Single leg deadlift, Goodmornings, pullovers, Jump squats (when you have a good base)


The Hot Dot or the Classic Plus has a .52 cor and 275 compression rating.


Softball skills will be needing the abductor and adductor muscles of the leg, The core muscles is important for rotational movement (batting, throwing). Lats and tricep musles for overhead throw, deltoids for pitching, and forearm for grips


They are the same thing!! "Why softball is better than softball?"


A 44 cor 525 compression. And I prefer the Trump Evil Ball or Dudley makes a good ball


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