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Radial deviation and rotational hitting

Posted by: wc (gw9377@AOL.com) on Sat Nov 4 13:41:09 2000

Dear Jack:

I have been using your system with great success. I just got the tape "Teaching the mechanics of the major league swing II" by Tom Emanski. He uses the term "radial deviation" for the position of the hand. The best description is the wrists being turned upward and outward. When looking from the back the helmet is split dowm the middle.
Is this also rotational hitting?

Thanks for your comments.


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