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Re: timing

Posted by: Friendly instructor () on Sun Mar 4 20:25:24 2007

> When exactly should you start your load? Like where should the pitcher be in his wind up when you exactly start your load? I have heard that as soon as the pitcher brings his arm back, your load starts. Please help. Thanks!

your load or cocking motion should start somewhere around the pitchers highest point of his leg kick as he seperates his hand from his glove. and your step forward should be taken, not landed, when the pitcher brings the ball to the release point (basically still in his hand). It really doesnt matter the exact time just as long as it occurs at the same point consistantly


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