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Help? Describe and show the movement skills necessary to perform well, including how balance, posture, and weight transfer can contribute to success. (Any sport) Just place which one you helped with?

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Softball is a good contributor to this. In order to hit the ball far and pretty powerful you need to have a special stanz! I know this for a fact due to me being in sotfball my whole life. Also if you hunch over while batting it can cause level eye with the pitcher as they throw you the ball.. Also balancing your feet a certain way while you are batting can cause you a good hit or a bad hit as well
Also you said movement, you should have good feet movement in order to get in front of the ball to stop it and everything. I hope this helps a litte, sorry it took so long for someone to answer back!

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