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Re: Babe Ruth's linear/rotational movement

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Tue Jan 2 20:03:25 2007

>>> Jack. If you have the opportunity, take a look at Yankeeography volume one which shows Babe Ruth's mechanics. You will see concrete proof that linear movement contributes to power. <<<

Hi Guru

Jeff Bagwell takes a negative stride (steps inward from a wide stance). Does that provide concrete proof that a negative stride contributes to power?

Reggie Jackson’s weight faded rearward during the swing so that his front foot almost lifted off the ground. Does that provide concrete proof that a negative linear movement contributes to power?

Jack Mankin


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