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Re: Re: Re: Has anyone else used the Pro-Cut?


Posted by: Hitman () on Wed Dec 5 16:24:14 2001


I guess I hit enter too quick.
> >
> > I have used the Pro-Cut in the past, but I am not sure what the benefits are.
> >
> > Paul
>
> Procut has two benefits I've seen. One, it adds weight to the bat so you can do overload training - swinging a heavier bat.
> Two, the weight is near the hands. This makes it easier to feel what your hands are doing - pushing forward or staying in the circular hand path.
> It also makes the bat head light. This is strange - the bat is heavier but it feels lighter and I can get swings of the same speed as an unweighted bat.
> Makes you wonder if the modern thin handled bats really make sense???

The experts say the more your swing can simulate a wood-bat swing rather than an alumimun-bat swing, the better you are off, at least in the long run. That being the case, how would a device that has more weight distributed at the bottom be helpful? A wood bat feels topheavy, making it harder to control. It would seem to me that a device that distributes more weight near the end would have more training value.


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