Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Mark Teixeira -- inside/outside
>>> Here is a nice semioverhead shot of bonds showing how shoulder/scap action at launch can be seen as more tilt/THT enahncing/resisting/sharpening coil then permitting rotation of shoulders, rather than shoulders priomarily TURNING at launch which would rush the swing/load/coil and limit early batspeed (limit both quickness of acceleration and how far back acceleration can start).
What you describe and the clip exhibits are that I defined as PLT in 1993. Can we agree that once PLT has accelerated the bat-head rearward to the launch position, shoulder rotation is then initiated? Can we further agree that from that point, the rotation of the shoulders is the major source that accelerates the hands around the swing plane?
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