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Re: dominant top hand?

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Tue Mar 21 23:37:38 2000

>>>I feel that I'm pushing a lot with my top hand during the swing, and not pulling enough with my bottom hand. My wrists sometimes roll over too early. How do I overcome this problem?<<<

Hi sytan

Your swing, as you describe it, is a classic example of to much arms and to little shoulder rotation. Proper upper body rotation will cause the bottom hand (by the pulling of the lead arm) to be more active in developing bat speed. --- Read; "Roll Your Wrist at Contact" (site map below) and I think you will understand your swing better. Feel free to ask follow-up questions.

Jack Mankin


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