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Re: Re: Re: Adair Model vs Rotational Model


Posted by: Jack Mankin (mrbatspeed@aol.com) on Sun Mar 7 15:23:17 2004


>>> Let me ask you something. If you torque with your hands, don't you risk breaking the kinetic chain? Isn't is possible, and indeed likely, that a hitter who uses hand torque will "take over" the swing with his hands? And if ones hands take over, haven't you disconnected and lost the benefit of the preceding segments of the chain. Yet, you preach the detriment of the hands in the "hands to the ball" type swing. You can't have it both ways. And what has to be eliminated is the hand torque. I don't feel the force one feels in his hands when swinging is generated by the hands. It is created elsewhere and goes out the hands to the bat. There is definately a force there. Just not hand torque.

The above post is real. <<<

Hi Teacherman I guess,

You asked legitimate questions that have legitimate answers. But, I wish to reserve this thread for responses to Paul. I am sure your questions will be answered in our discussion. I will delete these post in a few hours.

Jack Mankin


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