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March 21, 2011
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Sports Sensors - Swing Speed Radar

The key is maintaining bat speed after contact. A bat that that is too light will reduce speed after contact due to inadequate mass, meanwhile a bat that is too heavy you won't be strong enough to maintain the bat speed after contact. The best bat size will be the one that allows the highest bat speed after contact with the ball.
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