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Re: Re: Teaching mechanics but players not hitting the ball


Posted by: Teacherman () on Fri Mar 16 17:31:16 2007


You should see immediate improvement if what you're doing is right.

Not saying they will hit every pitch in bp nor perform consistently in games in the beginning.

But improvement should be noticeable.

However, this timing issue is not a good thing. It is often explained away as "you are quicker because of your new mechanics...it will take time to reprogram".

That is nonsense. You may be quicker. But more than likely you are also suffering from pulling off the ball. Poor separation.


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