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Re: Re: at what age to teach rotational mechanics

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Fri Feb 15 10:00:05 2008

Hi George

Physics principles do govern the efficiency of a batter’s mechanics to transfer his energy into the angular acceleration on his bat. Although you often use the term “Physics” in your posts, I cannot recall a single time where you use a physics law to support your batting theories.

You state, “i have trouble getting 19 and 20 year olds to figure out the science of physics and how it relates to swinging a bat at a baseball.” -- Please define the laws of physics you are referring to and how they “relate to swinging a bat at a baseball.”

Jack Mankin


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