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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Mike Schmidt

Posted by: Jimmy () on Thu Feb 22 11:48:10 2007

> "You and others continue to deny the first several frames of linear hand movement. Why
is that?"
> I have never denied that there ARE linear aspects to the swing. However, I don't think
they are that consequential.
> Also, in the Rose clip I think one of the things that exaggerates the linearity of the hand
path is that Rose's body is still moving forward as he starts his swing. Watch the bright
glint on the top of his helmet. The forward movement of his body in the first 1/3 of the
clip will tend to distort the actual hand path and stretch it out so that it looks more linear
than it actually is.
> http://www.teachersbilliards.com/hitzone/rosehandpath.gif


At least we finally agree that there are linear aspects to the swing. Without them the swing
would struggle.



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