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Re: Re: Re: Teams using rotational mechanics in fastpitch

Posted by: larry briody (ljbriody1@aol.com) on Mon Dec 3 11:58:51 2001

I have read posts from Shawn here and elsewhere where he mentions that the U OF W team is rotational and I am pretty sure Temple teaches their hitters rotational mechanics.Can anyone tell me any other D1 schools where these mechanics are taught or accepted?
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> > Larry-
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> > I do not know of any.You might ask at Epstein's site because he has worked with coaches that are interested.What I do see is some coaches who know enough to leave good rotational kids alone-kids like Nelson at Cal or Topping,was at UW,now at Fullerton.The problem is when they go out of form(which everyone does)they can really get messed up trying to get back on track since the principles are not well understood. >>The point regarding fixing someone who gets off track is well taken.The only way to do it is via video and it is difficult to get to all the games in order to catch a problem early. What ever happened to the supposed"consensus report"by the reigning ssoftball gurus?
> Tom,
> If I remember correctly, Candrea was reported to have bought Epstein's tapes?
> Mark H.


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