No idea what you are talking about but anyways...lol, I've seen this pattern before, eh?
That was what I asking for, not for your DVD collection..so thanks.I like Kobata. He teaches fielding a back hand off the left foot with the glove on the outside. When we do it this way we can 1) immediately plant the right foot and square up the targeting shoulder or 2) continue on with the right foot into a shuffle and turn or 3) leap up of the right foot, dissipating the forward momentum, allowing us to turn, land and throw. I find it easier to teach one foot rather than two and I find we can get more forward glove coverage using the left foot as lead.
That breaks it down about as good as it can be.Not that this site or its authors are an authority on the topic but I found this entire article to be very good.