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Discussion: Single Drill Teaches Perfect Wrist Snap. Pros discuss wrist snap SM#19

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Aug. 10, 2014
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Single Drill Teaches Perfect Wrist Snap. Pros discuss wrist snap SM#19
The wrist snap always is so subtle and complex to try and explain and do consistently..they must direct the power of the hips and body..thru the forearms and wrists to the bat head, and to do so to consistently strike the part of the ball you desire. Bret came up with a simple drill that takes the bat head from a to b and allows this movement to let you feel and learn the muscle memory of how the wrists should move. This is the first time I think the wrist snap has been described and taught, that allows us who don't do it naturally, to get the feel the pros do. Top pros discuss their feeling of wrist snap at the end. All of the series Swing Makeover can be seen for free off the website at look under swing makeover tab
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