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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: not much has changed

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Sun Jul 30 08:41:52 2006

>>> Yes, Jack, your interpretation is correct. But remember, 75 mph was an arbitrary number. the 43% was a real value for elite/pro/collegiate hitters. Novice athletes may lose a greater percentage of their bat speed after the impact event. <<<

Hi Zig

Myself, and I am sure most of the readers of your post, are not familiar with the term “Kinematic Sequence.” Would you explain what forces a batter with Ideal Kinematic Sequence is applying to the bat that maintains its velocity through contact that is not found in a batter with Poor Kinematic Sequence?

Also, do you have data that compares the loss of bat speed during contact to drop in the balls exit speed?

Jack Mankin


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