I see a lot of people on here talk about shoulder-hip seperation and I'm not really sure what that means. I see people say that Lincecum has a lot of this when he pitches. What does this do when pitching?Could someone please clear this up for me. Thank you.
It gets more kinetic energy behind the throw
hip/shoulder seperation is the amount of rotation your hips rotate before your shoulders begin to rotate
Ok i get it now thanks for clearin that up for me offset.
When well timed, it creates a rapid stretch across the torso, from the leading hip to the throwing shoulder, resulting in a more effective contraction that fuels shoulder rotation.