The trailing hand is ineffective for the extremely, low/outside pitch, the leading hand, providing plate coverage.
Laser Beam drills, isolating contact closer to the body, thigh-height and above; tossing the ball, in between the belly button, and the leading hip bone.
Spread out stance, pinch your knees, weight on the inside balls of your feet, placing the leading hand on your shoulder. Isolating the”foot down” position; the blasting stage your swing. Lower the trailing elbow, regardless of your batting stance/setup; at contact, the trailing elbow navigates closer to your rib cage, especially for the inside pitch.
Turning the front knee in, controlling the back-leg turn, using your core muscles.
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