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Re: Re: Re: just curious

Posted by: Jimmy () on Fri Feb 16 15:49:54 2007

> Chris,
> Holding the back elbow up or down is more style then technique. If the hitter feels
more comfortable with it up ok if down ok.
> What is important is that he get to the universal lauch position
> Steve

Steve makes a good point that the elbow thing really doesn't matter. I would add that it is
easier to get to the launch position when the hands are slightly higher than the back
elbow... Higher back elbow means higher hands. If the back elbow is higher than the
hands, this causes a tendancy to create too much unnessary length to the swing at the
start of the launch.



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