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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Question

Posted by: rql () on Sun Feb 8 11:45:08 2009

> I understand that as well. My question still is what would you tell a young hitter initiates his top half?
let me try again,a cue I use is hip/shoulder bang/bang, from the beginning think stride from lead foot to lead hip into foot plant,not upper body then at toe touch rotate lead hip and then lead shoulder,bang bang as quick as possible with the intent that the hands are going to catch up to the shoulders by contact,the last point is important or they can lose connection and create bat drag and pull off the ball.


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