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Re: Re: don't rotate your shoulders


Posted by: charles (crayshef@bellsouth.net) on Mon May 14 05:17:53 2007


Rotating the hips only (without shoulder rotation) will work great for players whose arms (and thus the bat) are attached to their hips. For all other players, they better rotate their shoulders if they want to hit the ball anywhere. This busines of coming off the ball is just an issue of timing. Sure, rotate too early and you will not hit it solid. But telling a kid not to rotate his/her shoulders makes no sense.


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