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Thoughts Jack on Contradictions?

Posted by: The Black Hole Lexicographer (Knight1285@aol.com) on Mon Aug 7 22:16:04 2000

Dear Jack,
I must admit I am somewhat befuddled about which leg provides the most rotational power for the swing.

In the beginning, I believed you concurred with Schmidt and Ellis' Mike Schmidt Study, which claims that "both legs suplly equal power for rotation." In your Batspeed Research, and Truisms and Fallacies, you claim that the causation of torque is derived from both legs pushing in polarized direction to rotate around the spine.

Nevertheless, I read a post where you claim the front leg serves as the supplier of most of the rotational power; this statement is comparable to Steve Ferroli's Hit Your Potential, where he claims "the front leg is the stronger source of power betwixt the two legs."

Therefore, the question might be written thusly:

Do you believe that
A) Both legs supply equal rotational power, as argued by Schmidt and Ellis in The Mike Schmidt Study?
B) Is the front leg the strongest source of rotary power, as argued by Steve ferroli in Hit Your Potential?

A response will be greatly appreciated.

The Black Hole Lexicographer


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