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Re: overload/underload

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Wed Jan 2 15:54:53 2008

>>> is overload and underload a good way to train, or just one or the other? or not at all?

to jack- when i stride, as soon as my front foot hits the ground, i wait a split second before swinging, so the stride and swing are somewhat separate. is this ok? <<<

Hi Joe

I have not use overload and underload drills and therefore cannot make an informed judgement. As far as pausing after taking your stride, I would say it might be ok if it works for you. However, I prefer a more fluid approach where it is one continuous motion from stride through heel plate and the initiation of the swing.

Jack Mankin


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