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Baseball Swing

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William Adams

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Baseball Swing

Biomechanics: of a Baseball Swing By Corey Adams Overview: Starting Position
Mechanics of the Swing
Rotary Motion Neck Rotated Shoulders Abducted Elbows Flexed Trunk Rotated Knees Flexed Ankles Dorsi Flexed Rotary Motion: Rotary motion- is motion around a fixed point. The swing of the bat creates a circular motion around a fixed axis. With more momentum we can create greater force. In baseball this is done by transferring weight into the direction of the force. Review:
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