The force vector is the alignment of the ankle to knee. The high velocity pitcher uses a linear force vector to convert ground reaction forces into hip rotation speeds. This terminology of the drive leg position of the high velocity pitcher was first brought to the pitching world here at TopVelocity.net.
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