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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: THT

Posted by: ray porco () on Wed Sep 17 03:37:00 2003

Great Discussion Guys,
> I believe the points Paul Nyman was making is that the inward turn of the front shoulder is a consequence of loading the scapula of the back shoulder. Regarding the top hand torque: many people advocate “flattening the hands” early in the swing. In very simplistic terms, it appears that that is what these guys are doing. Pujols, Tejada and a few of the younger players appear to me to have a “modified” hands to the ball type of swing that nonetheless produces good power.
> Here is a clip of Pujols: http://webpages.charter.net/nickkio/Pujols01.mpg



"...many people advocate “flattening the hands” early in the swing."

can you reference early to something (what anatomical movement/before or after)?

"...appear to me to have a “modified” hands to the ball type of swing..."

what do you mean by "modified"? what (body part?) is being modified?

ray porco


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