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Re: PRODUCTS


Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Wed Feb 8 20:30:04 2006


>>> I AM NEW TO THE BATSPEED.COM WEBSITE AND MUCH OF THE MATERIAL THAT IS PRESENTED IN IT. I AM CONFIDENT THAT A LOT OF WHAT IS BEING TAUGHT DEFINITELY APPLIES TO ME BECAUSE THE # OF HOME RUNS THAT I HIT AND THE AUTHORITY THAT I HIT THE BALL WITH ALWAYS SEEMED A LITTLE LESS THAN I WAS CAPABLE OF. I WAS ONE OF THE MORE ATHLETICALLY GIFTED INDIVIDUALS ON MY HIGH SCHOOL TEAM AND PROBABLY THE STRONGEST PHYSICALLY. HOWEVER I BELIEVE THAT I HAVE HAD TROUBLE CONVERTING THAT STRENGTH INTO BAT SPEED. i AM NOW A RECREATIONAL SOFTBALL PLAYER BUT STILL WISH TO DOHE BEST THAT I CAN DO. ARE ALL OF THESE TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL, AND WHAT PRODUCT OR COMBINATION OF PRODUCTS SHOULD I PURCHASE FIRST SO THAT I CAN START PRACTICING ROTATIONAL MECHANICS. ALSO I AM A STILL A LITTLE FUZZY ABOUTCHP BUT AM HOPING THAT A LITTLE MORE LIGHT WILL BE SHED ONTO THE SUBJECT. I AM EXCITED ABOUT THIS SEASON AND WISH TO SHOW TONS OF IMPROVEMENT IN MY POWER NUMBERS. WHERE SHOULD I BEGIN?
DAVE <<<

Hi Dave

Although the PathFinder and SwingMate are very useful tools, I would suggest the instructional video (Final Arc ll) is the best place to start. I find that students progress faster with the drills swinging into the Heavy Bag. I spent considerable time in the video covering the CHP. I think it will answer your questions. If not, feel free to e-mail me what is giving you a problem.

Jack Mankin


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