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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Linear vs. Rotational DEFINED


Posted by: steve (smeisy@sbcglobal.net) on Thu Feb 22 23:44:54 2007


Rick,

Please explain how linear hitters create this magical backspin that gets them more distance. The part about rotational hitters getting hit on the hands is classic. gave me a good laugh. thanks. Does the linear hitter let the ball get deeper in the zone before or after he extends his arms? Your hands need to stay flat and back to the pitcher. I will be telling all the kids tomorrow about this que. I know it will take them to the next level. I'm sitting here holding my hands flat and taking them to the pitcher and I see what you mean it really keeps my hands inside the ball. I don't know what I was thinking by keeping my back elbow to my side to stay inside the ball, that hands to the pitcher thing is much better. Next I am going to stay back and swing down maybe that is how you get that backspin stuff you been talking about!

Thanks


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