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Re: Re: question about BATSPEED

Posted by: T Olson () on Wed Dec 20 08:32:34 2000


Is this not like the following examples?

When you are using a nail gun or staple gun--if you don't hold it firmly (often need 2 hands) the staple or nail won't go completely into the wood because your hands need to counteract the rebound effect.

In golf, putting and around the greens--you want the grip loose for some shots to keep the ball dead (keep it from being hit too hard.

Maybe not a good example, but when a batter bunts--not only does he not swing the bat--he holds it extra loose.

Can anyone think of other examples?



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