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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A-Rod & The Swing Plane

Posted by: Shawn (mariner0324@yahoo.com) on Sun Aug 19 22:01:40 2007

> Hi Teacherman
> You have obviously changed you opinion on many aspects of swing mechanics lately. A year or so ago, you were certain that the bat rotated about the spine instead of the hands. For years, you made numerous posts to this board stating that “torque and THT did not exist” in the swing. You inferred that they were just figments of my imagination.
> Now, you have had a revelation that the bat actually rotates about the hands and not the spine. Now, you not only proclaim that torque and THT exist, but also give your version of how to apply them.
> Teacherman, the readers has had a chance to review your material and draw their own conclusions. Feel free to give the address of your website for those that wish to pursue your concepts.
> Jack Mankin

Wait Jack, let him continue to dig a hole.

Teacherman says,

"It consists of that barrel being turned between the hands, the top hand supinates, the bottom hand pronates, the lead elbow "juts" upward, the shoulders laterally tilt (a MUCH better, faster and quicker producer of energy than shoulder rotation), and as the shoulders laterally tilt the hips project forward, weight shifts and their rotation begins."

What starts to rotate the hips? or the shoulders?


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