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Re: Luis Gonzalez,

Posted by: Joel (rockwilder07@hotmail.com) on Tue Jul 10 11:48:43 2001

I personally think that having your back foot already turned toward the pitcher will hurt your power from the back side. A large majority of that power comes from the driving and rotation of the back knee. By already having that turned you do not get the same tork with your back side and legs, and we all know, the back side is the key to hitting.


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