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Re: Re: Re: Re: Lead Arm


Posted by: Jeff (kidd@islc.net) on Sun Jan 30 21:45:24 2000


Hi Jack,

To clarify, you mean to say the lead arm is straight at contact? I ask because it appears to me that most hitter have little movement in their elbow through most of the pre-contact portion of the swing but still retain a little bend at the elbow, straightening it near contact. In other words, it's not barred throughout the swing.

Regards,
Jeff


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