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Re: Re: Re: Pitching vs Hitting Mechanics cont.

Posted by: Jimmy () on Tue Dec 18 23:43:26 2007


I did address the forward momentum issue, there is forward momentum in both actions.

I also stated that there is obviously less forward movement in hitting compared to pitching, but there is a 100% weight transfer in both.

100% of a hitters weight is transfered into and against his front leg. This is why the back foot is lifted off the ground in a high powered swing.

You state..."the front leg straightens in order to PUSH the front hip/torso backward while the rear leg drives the back hip/torso forward."

If this is true than how does the back foot rise into the air at the same time the front leg straightens?



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