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Justin Turner Walk Off Homerun Baseball Swing Analysis
Context: 2017 Game 2 of NLCS, 3-run homerun off 92-mph 2-seam fastball, location was middle down, 103.1-mph Ball Exit Speed, 25.6 degree Launch Angle, ball traveled 419-feet.
In this video, we go over:
What Justin Turner’s walk off homerun swing IS NOT doing:
– Squishing bugs,
– Being short to the ball OR swinging down,
– Keeping head still,
– Keeping shoulders level,
– Staying tall, or
– Maintaining a neutral spine.
What Justin Turner’s walk off homerun swing IS doing:
– Catapult Loading System principles, and
– Pitch Plane Domination principles.
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