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Re: Re: Hands/Stance


Posted by: Torque (roscoethewestie@comcast.net) on Wed Jan 14 03:56:35 2009


> > I always question myself that my stance is not good enough or my hands arent in the right position. How can i find my natural stance?
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> There really is no natural stance or any right position for your hands. There is only what stance is more workable or what position the hands should be to allow you to become quicker.
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> Stances and hand positions are simply styles. But if you wish to find a natural stance or a natural hand position do this:
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> Go to a baseball field, grab a ball, throw it up and hit it to squarely to centerfield. If possible either have someone watch you from the side and or do a video tape of you doing it. You will find that in order to hit the ball solidly and deep to center, you will have to have efficient mechanics. That is a start.
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> I would also suggest going online MLB.com and watching what some of the pros do. You will get an idea of what might work for you.



You should really take your focus off your stance. People tend to get good at what they focus their efforts. The most important objective for a hitter is to hit the ball hard. Focus on seeing the ball well out of the pitchers hand and getting torque or leverage on the baseball. Rotational hitting is where your focus should be and you can find DVDs on this site explaining the concept. The most efficient way to learn rotational hitting is having a keen visualization of rotational hitting so study great hitters from the feet up to the head.


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