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Lead Arm


Posted by: Reed Garrett () on Sun Jan 23 06:56:45 2000


Hi Jack, I never said a straight arm would result in casting. The casting comes from pushing your top hand out away from your body. I don't follow your "angular displacement" Your lead arm bent gives you a shorter path to the ball and a more compact swing. This also aids in bat speed using "rotational mechanics" as your arm extends as you swing like centrifigul force. While I realize some players like Griffey straighten their lead arm-he has extradordinay abilities. I would rather teach shorter compact swing. If you watch Bonds and McGuire that is the type of approach they use. Reed


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