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Re: Re: Re: grip


Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Wed Jan 19 23:12:22 2005


>>> Ok, thanks for the great info, let me ask what type of back elbow set up you would teach for the rotational swing. Would you suggest a back elbow of 90 degrees or one that is down. I used to teach down to the kids I coached and told them that having the elbow up was old school. However since learning the fundementals of the rotational swing I can see where having ghe back elbow elevated would give the hitter a better sensation for top hand torque. Your opinion please.
Thanks for the help. <<<

Hi Jaime

I agree with your assessment. A more elevated elbow is a stronger position for holding (or pulling) the top-hand back during initiation.

Jack Mankin


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