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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: keeping your hands inside the ball?

Posted by: The pro who knows () on Sat Jul 26 08:24:59 2003

i hear this all the time from commentators .can anyone tell me what they mean by this?really id like to know
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> > > > The shortest path betweeen 2 distances is a straight line, so going directly to the ball is being inside the ball. Great drill is the fence drill. Good luck!
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> > > The "fence drill" is a VERY BAD drill that promotes disconnection between the arms and body. And have you ever seen anyone actually swing like that??
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> > You don't have to be a math whiz to understand the concept of "the shortest path betweeen 2 distances is a straight line". And yes, some of my prize graduates haved played in D-1 ball, and in one case, AAA.
> But you do need to know a little about hitting to understand that the straightest path has nothing to do with hitting the ball consistently and hard. That straight path of yours is also a slow path. Try something circular and notice the quickness. Maybe a little better instruction and your prize students would've made it all the way.
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I think my record speaks for itself, and I think the record of others who share my view (like most major league hitting instructors)speaks for itself.


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