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Re: Re: Re: What we

Posted by: coach13 (halour@netscape.net) on Fri Jan 12 06:46:08 2007

> > Not only are there linear elements to a swing, hitters clearly try to avoid some rotational
> aspects.
> >
> > A couple that come to mind......shoulder rotation and the circular hand path.
> >
> > The widely accepted analysis of the Rose clip is highly flawed.
> Teacherman,
> You are correct. Clearly there are certain actions in a swing but good hitters try to avoid
> the extremes of certain actions.
> Jimmy

Hi Jimmy

In order for me to understand the point that you are trying to make would you expand on your statement that a hitter should avoid shoulder rotation and a circular hand path, and what do you find in Pete Rose's swing that you would consider a flaw.

Thanks Coach13


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