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Re: Re: THT Videos

Posted by: Chuck (jcsherwood8458@sbcglobal.net) on Thu Nov 26 13:24:25 2009

> Hi All
> Here are the two THT videos I developed for our discussion. The first video shows the rearward trajectory (4 good hitters) of the bat when sound THT mechanics are applied and the trajectories (4 batters) where little THT is apparent. In the second video, I discuss the principles of applying THT.
> <a href="http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=MrBatSpeed#p/u/0/1f2SwCoFRgI">THT Video 1</a>
> <a href="http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=MrBatSpeed#p/u/0/pQ4wvLnKXug">THT Video 2</a>
> Jack Mankin

Hi Jack,

Thank you for the excellent videos. I have been following your site and videos for five years and I think that now I finally have a pretty complete understanding of THT and its application. My 15 year old son's understanding is much enhanced as well. I guess it's one thing for a coach to tell a hitter to let the ball "get deep", but it's quite another to instruct with the proper mechanics that allow a hitter to do so.

The videos also substantiate your case against the fence drill. The young hitters would have little problem sliding their bats through a narrow space. A-rod and Pedroia - not so likely. But what swing would you like to have?

Thanks again for the excellent and valuable (priceless) presentation.



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