But what i was trying to get at is,
If the batter literally drives her hands rearward during FBC (like Clemente)
I think it puts the body in a weak position to turn the barrel, rearward behind the body.
Do you agree?
Further point is, I guess, that teaching "separation" in the sequence can be taken too far?
Common credo is "stride away from the hands".
Meaning the hands don't drift forward with the body during FBC,
but should they be driven rearward in space, to maximize "separation"?
I'm not so sure about that...