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Re: Re: hook in

Posted by: jerry 220 hitter () on Thu Mar 1 08:37:21 2012

HI scott I think the information you recieved from jcar about the lead elbow working up and arond the body at contact can be very helpful, in stopping your sons from rolling over his wrists amd having the bat head angle downward into to contact. Just to add to that, I think it might be helpful if your aware what the top hand and top elbow are doing also. At contact the top hand palm should be facing up and not rolled over sideways.And at contact the elbow of the top hand or( rear elbow)should be bent and close to the rib area .The more the rear elbow straightens out to contact .The
more likely disconnection, the hands going linear, and the the shoulders stop rotating before contact will happen.


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