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Re: Re: A-Rod & The Swing Plane ‘cont”

Posted by: Chuck (jcsherwood8458@sbcglobal.net) on Fri Aug 24 17:14:57 2007

> Hi All
> This is a continuation of the “A-Rod & The Swing Plane” thread below. We were running off the page, so I am starting it as a new thread.
> (Shawn)
> >>> Jack,
> Stop dodging the issues!!
> Your making no sense and pulling things out of thin air.
> Torque is not the cause of batspeed. I bet I could go out and swing the bat with just my lead arm and generate a good deal batspeed (close to as using two hands).
> Batspeed is generated through "momentum" transfer. It the whip affect, I know you don't understand the whip.
> What the heck do you mean the bat travels through 200 degrees, look at the clip the bat travels the "same" distance the shoulders rotate.
> Stop denying video just to support your theory, you sound as bad as the second engine guys. Just making stuff up. <<<
> Hi Shawn
> I must say that I am as flabbergasted by the tone of your post as the need for us to draw this out for you. Regardless, here is a clip showing the comparison of Bonds’ “bat to shoulder” rotation.
> <a href="http://www.batspeed.com/media/Bonds_Swing_Rotation.wmv">Bonds shoulder/bat rotation</a>
> Note: We are running off the page on this thread. I will start it as a new thread at the top.
> Jack Mankin

Question based upon Bonds video:

If 98 degrees of shoulder rotation produces 250 degrees of bat rotation, then is there basically a multiplier effect where a very slight difference in body position, rotation, etc., produces a much larger difference in the resulting swing - especially early batspeed, etc?



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