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Re: seeing the ball

Posted by: Torque (roscoethewestie@comcast.net) on Thu Apr 2 05:13:21 2009

> hi I have a machine that can measure a players bat speed .and after experminting with many different theories and styles I have found that chp brings on maxium bat speed and there is actually such a thing as early bat speed .with that said I have the most sucess hitting when i go to a neGATIVE load, stride to balance and and really concentrate on cutting the ball in half with only the sweet spot on the bat. IF a player constantly improvES bat head accuracy AND BAT ANGLES ALONG WITH BALANCE AND BAT SPEED THEY SHOULD BECOME A MUCH IMPROVED BATTTER.AFTER MECHANICS ARE CORRECTED REALLY SEEING THE BALL ANDBAT HEAD ACCURACY ARE NEXT

I use a monitor too and you are right that if you take a linear swing it is slower and you get tired more easily. What do you mean negative load? Also, I've personally noticed better bat speed using over/underweight training. Alternate tee work using extremely light bats, game size bat, and overweight bat.

  • load jerry [ Fri Apr 3 15:33:08 2009 ]
    • Re: load Torque [ Fri Apr 3 18:23:23 2009 ]

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