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Re: Re: Re: Re: circular hand path


Posted by: jerry (220batter) on Mon Jul 6 21:40:41 2009


hi jack it seems to me if a batter went through all the necessary steps and arrived at frame # 2 in the middle mechanics as the model batter does in your swing mechanics his lower body is slightly opened and upper body is still closed his hands are still back behind him near his rear shoulder the knob of the bat looks to be facing the opposite batters box or the first base coaching box the natural hand path would be circular at this point for the hands to go linear it seems to me the batter would have to intentionally stop rotating and just push his hands in a straight line towards the pitcher but you say you do see batters still go linear at this point and I do believe what you say .I would also like to compliment you on your web site i purchased two of your tapes and like them very much but I also appreciate the free web site over the years i probaly bought about 50 books and hitting tapes and dont see anyone elese giving away so much information thak you


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