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Re: batspeed through contact

Posted by: John (Badged27@aol.com) on Fri Oct 10 06:37:50 2003

i was looking at another site discussing power. ray demarini was talking about him hitting compared to his friend. he had analyzed both of their batspeeds. both had similar swings and their batspeeds were both 95 mph. however his friend hit the ball considerably further. he found out that his batspeed after contact slowed down to 56 mph. his friend was able to keep his bat speed up to 89 after contact. what can be done to assure your batspeed stays high after contact

Seems pretty funny in this posting they advocate keeping high bat speed after contact but the their product section they sell and heavy bag and in the more information section link indicate that high bat speed after contact is unnecessary as the ball only stays on the bat for 3/4" after contact. Which is it can't have it both ways


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