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Re: taking the slack out

Posted by: Brian () on Tue Aug 5 17:49:08 2008

>>> When bringing the lead arm across your chest in your load (taking the slack out), do you want you lead arm to be loose or flexed? And why do you do this maneuver <<<

The lead arm should be tight across the chest and the bottom hand should be close to the rear arm pit as shoulder rotation starts. This is to take slack out so that when shoulder rotation begins the bottom hand will begin applying force to the bat. If the front arm is loose, shoulder rotational will produce no bat speed.



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