Your Best Chance At Driving The Inside Pitch Is With A Front Arm Dominant Baseball Swing
Typically players think that starting the swing with the front arm very straight will make it hard to hit the inside pitch. The opposite is actually true. By straightening and compressing the front arm to start the forward swing, you actually get the barrel into the hitting zone earlier (in relation to the extension of the back arm). Therefore, hitting the inside pitch is easier. If you are late on the inside pitch, it's still easier with a front arm dominant swing. All you have to do is bend the front arm as you get closer to contact. Just becuase it doesn't bend to start the forward swing doesn't mean it can't bend shortly after. You still get all the benefits of a front arm dominant swing, as long as you keep it straight to start.
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