Challenge: Baseball + Softball Performance, Tempe, AZ Video October 7, 2015, 2:14am

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Focus on starting your swing with your hands in a neutral position to ensure they are not too high. Then as you move into your load, the back elbow will pinch back and load the scapular (rotator cuff) muscles. When the scapular muscles load, the front arm will stretch across the chest slightly, creating a stretch in the front shoulder where the hands will look like they have moved back towards the catcher. The hands will then either be slightly below or above the back shoulder, creating a better path to the ball. @tajiahellison_01 @jonnylee_cscs #challenge #challengeyourgame #sciencebehindthesport #biomechanics #powerhitting #fastpitchsoftball #hittingcoach #hittinginstruction #hittheballhard

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