Re: Re: BAT SPEED'S A JOKE
Shouldn't one know what they're doing (how it works) in order to refine their skill?
My son has been studying (w/ me) batting mechanics for 3 years now (Freshman HS) and what impresses me even more than him hitting the ball (which he does) is that when he gets in a slump (we play select baseball year round) he (we) can racionally discuss what he may or may not be doing wrong and from there try to fix it; normally after 500 to 1000 cuts at the bag he normally we can work out his bug and/or bugs.
Without his understanding of what is truely happening during his swing he (we) would never know how to fix his problems.
I see so many coaches with your same point of view and it's unconscienceable to me for someone to believe that you don't have to know what your doing in order to be good or better at it!
Even worst, how can someone teach something if they don't know how it works?
ps. Your goals are short term, oh, and bring your game to Texas boy!
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