Can somebody help for a better understanding of this term. Thanks alot
Hip/Shoulder seperation… At footplant, your belt buckle is facing home plate, and your shoulders are still on a straight line to home plate, resulting in maximum torque occuring in the core of your body.
So like keeping your front shoulder still closed while your hips are open right?
Right. The goal is to achive the maximum separation that your flexibility allows. Thus, you need to keep the shoulders closed until the hips have opened as far as they can. Good mechanics and timing are required to do this.
Also, I wouldn’t say the belt buckle is facing home plate at foot plant but right after foot plant. At foot plant, the hips should have opened only enough to allow the front leg/foot too open into foot plant. The remainder of hip rotation occurs after the front foot has planted and the front leg has firmed up and braced.
Ok thanks for the help guys