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Re: Re: Re: Video clip - Torque

Posted by: rql () on Thu Jan 1 16:23:44 2009

> >>> Jack
> Happy new year Jack and thanks again for the years of service here. Your site is a unique resource.
> Nyman's only contribution to the discussion at Basebal-fever so far is to offer his latest Ebook as a free trial that expires tomorrow.
> You will be interetsed to know that there is quite a bit of emphasis now on hinge torque, even as applied via the top hand and back arm.
> he emphasizes use of the top hand in firng the bathead and shosw simulation results of what he calls late vs early vs on time application of torque.
> On time is slightly before upper torso/shoulder turn is at max momentum/degrees per sec.
> Late toque has low batspeed max and a long swing.
> On time has higher batspeed and a quicker swing.
> Early has slightly lower batspeed max and an even quicker swing than "on time".
> He goes on to say that a small amount of torque hasa large effect on batspeed and quickness.
> he evn gets inot grip and avoding "wrist bind".
> But no credit to you.
> Your CHP/torque model has really stod up well.
> Thanks again. <<<
> Hi Tom
> Thank you for the update and compliment. Receiving acknowledgement of my work from those whose opinion I hold in high regard makes it all worthwhile. -- Have a happy and prosperous 2009.
> Jack

.The swing model has stayed pretty solid now for 10 years that I have been here ,learning the adjustments for different pitches seemed to follow with some work and input.The science seems to be well rooted,the art of conveying the message and instilling the swing in individual hitters still seems to be the day to day challenge.


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