Just wanted to give some feedback on internal rotation. Before I read and thought through your posts on i.r., I understood it to a limited degree but really did not give it the priority it deserved and did not do nearly enough to develop it. Since your posts on the subject I have stressed it in lessons, especially with certain students. As would be expected, the older students find it more difficult to adjust and correct this aspect of the motion, but I have already seen positive results in my 10-13 year old students. In the case of an eleven year old who I have had for three years, I would call the results transforming. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. This is the reason I read and occasionally participate in this forum – to gain knowledge to help my students. Thank you for helping me to accomplish that.