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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Opening up

Posted by: coach13 (halour@netscape.net) on Mon Oct 8 06:25:07 2007

> Hi All
> Below are Teacherman quotes.
> “If you keep trial and erring, you will learn that "shoulder rotation" is not a part of a high level swing”
> “You see....the hips rotate. The shoulders do not.”
> “Shoulder rotation leads to two and only two options.
> 1) Bat drag....doing it slow enough so you can "stay in there"
> 2) Pulling off the ball....when you really "get after it" to hit the ball hard.”
> I will post an overhead clip of a swing that produced over 3000 MLB hits. Although I developed this clip for another topic, it should allow you compare Teacherman’s statements to what you observe.
> <a href="http://www.batspeed.com/media/Rose_Keys_to_CHP.wmv">Rose hip and shoulder rotation</a>
> Jack Mankin

Hi Jack

I want to thank you for what you do. Which is unveiling the truth about what it takes to be successful at what is considered to be the most difficult task in sports. Opinion is the foundation on what most people teach. This slow motion footage is evidence beyond the shadow of a doubt of the REALITY of what should be taught. Acceptance of being wrong is difficult for most people, and impossible for a very few who would rather close their eyes and believe an opinion they want to cling to because it has become a part of who they are.


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