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    Quote Originally Posted by pattar View Post
    Got it..do you give them scented candles, incense and CBD oil during the lesson too?
    ... maybe a seance or two to rid the body of bad muscle memory. But no candles yet.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdbass View Post
    You forgot 'be the ball'......

    It’s SEE the ball... are you in the right forum?
    Thanks in advance.

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    I’ve legitimately buried bats and had a seance to rid my team of a hitting slump lol

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    Imo the key is to not launch the arms before the body. Don't slot the elbow but keep the scap "pinched" until the body launches so that the elbow is pulled down by the back shoulder and not lowering independently. After this happened the scap can release and the elbow adduct and the hand supinate.

    Made this video a couple weeks ago
    https://twitter.com/dominikkeul/stat...363538432?s=09


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