Originally Posted by Ashley D
And what would be the best way, in your opinion? I don't see any problems with Jacks information. He's talking about keeping extraneous variables (such as your "PLAYER'S kinetics", lol) consistent, and then measuring the impact of flexibility when these are kept equal. This is, after all, what I was asking.
H Ashley -
Yes, well said. When a player is talking about racquet power, what he usually has in mind is the inherent power of one racquet compared to another, which is completely separate and distinct from whatever skill level or technique the player brings to it. It's not that players don't matter. Skill matters a great deal. It's just that to understand racquet power, you have got to understand the fundamental building blocks of ball to racquet impacts first.
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Last edited by ChicagoJack : 02-18-2013 at 10:58 PM.