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Posted by: Bill () on Wed May 10 15:59:16 2000

Is this why maybe a lowered back arm as long as you get it back up is good?

In the mechanics section of the site you
> mention that a good hitter's back forearm gets
> horizontal later in the swing. Is this due to
> increased bat speed prior to contact which
> would shorten timeframe between launch
> position and L position? Am I right to assume
> that a weak hitter's back forearm gets
> horizontal earlier because he's swinging
> mainly with his arms as opposed to waiting
> for the body to rotate the hands? Just a
> thought, Thanks.


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