I take it many don't believe in rotating into footplant.
"It is hard to fill a cup that is already full"
What the hell was Atuve doing? Hit and run? Did he get the interference call? LOL
I would say that in many hitters at contact would have 80 to 100% of their weight on front side.
Last edited by Work=wins; 12-23-2018 at 12:36 PM.Thanks in advance.
99% of the kids posted here looking for help have not been coached to ‘center’ their swing or ‘pivot’ their swing(ffs). Which is the root of a good hitting sequence. My description would be a balanced 50/50 ‘hitting position’. Some don’t care for it. To me it gives a hitter a goal of balanced. That’s why I use it. It shouldn’t be taken literally. Or statically.
Personally I believe balance is the BIGGEST FUNDAMENTAL IN HITTING. I concentrate a lot on the shift of the swing. It’s what keeps a hitter balanced. There are other things as well such as path. But balance is my most worked on thing in the sequence.
Keep in mind I try to keep it as simple as I can.Not for my hitters. But for my sanity.
Thanks in advance.