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Re: rear foot.


Posted by: grc (grcrackel@yahoo.com) on Sun Jun 25 10:50:34 2000


MY SON JUST TURNED 11 YRS. THE OTHER DAY. HE IS A SWITCH HITTER/ A LEAD OFF HITTER. I HAVE JUST NOTICE THAT ONLY AT GAME AT BAT HE HAS A EVERY SO SLIGHT MOVEMENT OF HIS BACK FOOT. IT HAS REALLY TOOK HIM FOR A LOOP. HE ONLY HAS IT DURING THE GAME. HE PROB. IS A BIT WOORIED ABOUT GETTING HIT. HE DOES NOE BAIL OUT, BUT HE DOESN'T HAVE A GOOD BASE WHEN THIS HAPPENS, AND HENCE LITTLE SUCCESS. I TOLD HIM TO RELAX AND TO FEEL THE WEIGHT ON THE INSIDE OF HIS FEET SO THAT HE CAN NOT LIFT HIS FOOT. DID NOT SEEM TO WORK. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS ON WHAT TO DO. AGAIN HE IS NOT REALLY BAILING OUT, BUT HE HAS AN EVER SO SLIGHT MOVEMENT WITH THE REAR FOOT. NOT GOOD. MAY BE AS NO STRIDE BUT HE IS NOT A BIG KID TO BEGIN WITH (75 LBS-4'10") AND A NO STRIDE WOULD DIMINISH ANY POWER AT ALL. HIS BAT SPEED IS GOOD AND HE IS SHORT TO THE BALL. IN TEE WORK HE LOOKS LIKE A PRO. HELP-HELP what exactly do you mean, "he is short to the ball"?


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