Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: level swing
>>>ITS LONGER AND TIME CONSUMING WHEN TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE.IT CAN HAVE MUCH GREATER REWARDS BUT AT A COST OF CONSISTENTLY <<<
> > Hi RQL
> > I am having trouble understanding what you base your statement on. The mechanics are not used solely by power hitters. Ted Williams (400+ average) and George Brett (396 average) also used rotational batting principles.
> > Jack Mankin
Theoretically,timing is the most important element in hitting.Timing errors are minimized by the shortest hand path from launch to contact with maximum batspeed.Learned and practiced well,the mechanics Jack describes should be the best for most.Failure is likely to be because the usual experience is to learn a whipping hand path/linear mechanics which only a few can successfully retool and remain productive long enough make it to the big leagues and be successful.
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