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Re: Two Questions


Posted by: Just a guy () on Thu Feb 21 19:34:51 2002


Question 1: Having established that initiating Top Hand Torque really helps with batspeed, is it logical to conclude that any action that assists the top hand to accelerate would be beneficial? If so doesn't it make sense to imitate the top hand action of Gary Sheffield (the person scouts use as an ideal for batspeed).
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> Question 2: In theory--If the ball were stationary and I rotated very fast around a stationary axis, let's say I put on a pair of skates and spin, spin, spin really fast and hit the ball with a bat would I need to use torque at all?

Amazing, I was just thinking about the Gary Sheffield thing. I would love to know if that's what he was thinking about when he started doing that, and why Edgar Renteria copied it. As far as question two goes, I have no idea. That one's for Jack I think.


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