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Re: Re: Re: Re: Under the ball

Posted by: john (ajjdad@hotmail.com) on Sun Aug 24 09:33:01 2008

My opinion on that THG, is that yes, the principles are simple ones, but to execute them at a high level, is a very difficult task.
I mean if it were JUST about knowing the material and, principles that need to be applied in the swing, then, exluding age, everyone on this board or, a similar one, would all be MLB sluggers right?
Again, excluding age, why are not some of the best YOUNG hitting instructors, not hitting at high levels? Lets face it, parents that post regarding their childs swing troubles,may have a child that just doesn't have the capability to properly execute a baseball swing.
Ted did lay it out in a very black and white form. But, when folks can't get the bat on the ball the way they would like, to them it's a matter of searching for volumes of additional information.
Bottom line, it always comes back to Ted. He just made it look EASY...


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