We Hit A Baseball Until The Cover Came Off!

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27 Apr 202439:02

Summary

TLDRIn a grueling test of endurance and baseball durability, a group of friends took on the challenge of hitting a new baseball as hard and as many times as possible with the goal of knocking its cover off. Starting with an average lifespan of seven pitches, they swung away, one after another, tracking the ball's condition and their own physical responses. The ball withstood over 5,000 hits, showing only minor signs of wear around the seams. Despite the group's hands blistering and the bat showing some wear, the ball remained resilient. As the count approached 5,800 swings, the seams began to fray significantly. Finally, on the 5,894th swing, the baseball's cover was dramatically knocked off, much to the surprise and relief of the exhausted group. The video also humorously explores various recovery techniques for their battered hands, including a controversial suggestion involving urine. This extreme test not only demonstrated the durability of a baseball but also the power of teamwork and determination.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ€ The average lifespan of a baseball is believed to be around seven pitches, but the group aimed to see if it could last longer.
  • ๐Ÿ”จ They took turns hitting a new baseball as hard as they could, with the goal of eventually hitting the cover off.
  • ๐Ÿ‘Š The first tactic involved each person taking 25 swings, focusing on power and trying to hit the baseball hard.
  • ๐Ÿšซ Despite their efforts, the baseball remained largely intact, with only minor signs of wear and some rolling paint.
  • ๐ŸŽฏ One participant, aiming for a specific number of hits (69), struggled with the bat but managed to achieve the goal.
  • ๐Ÿ“‰ As the number of swings increased, the exit velocity of the baseball began to decrease due to the ball becoming squishier.
  • ๐Ÿงค The person who chose not to wear batting gloves experienced blisters on their hands after a significant number of swings.
  • ๐Ÿ“ˆ The group made predictions on how many swings it would take to remove the cover, with estimates ranging from 8,900 to 69,000.
  • ๐Ÿšซ The bat, despite the numerous swings, remained in good condition, with the group expressing surprise at its durability.
  • ๐Ÿ† A light-up tee was destroyed in the process, but the group switched to a different tee and continued swinging until significant damage was noted on the baseball.
  • ๐Ÿ The final swing count when the baseball cover was hit off was 5,894, marking the end of the challenge.

Q & A

  • What was the initial belief about the lifespan of a baseball?

    -The initial belief was that a baseball has an average lifespan of seven pitches.

  • What was the main challenge the group attempted in the video?

    -The main challenge was to hit a brand new baseball as many times as possible, aiming to dislodge or damage the cover.

  • How many swings did each member of the group initially take?

    -Each member initially took 25 swings.

  • What was the special goal set for one of the participants?

    -One of the participants was given the goal to hit the baseball 69 times.

  • What was the first significant damage observed on the baseball?

    -The first significant damage was the fraying of a seam after 200 swings.

  • What unusual method was suggested to help with the recovery of blisters on the hands?

    -One participant suggested using urine to treat the blisters, as it was believed to help with the healing process.

  • How many total swings did it take before the baseball cover was finally hit off?

    -It took 5,894 swings to finally knock the cover off the baseball.

  • What was the humorous side-discussion that took place among the group?

    -The humorous side-discussion was about the movie 'Rush Hour' and whether it was considered the greatest movie of all time by one of the participants.

  • What was the total number of seams that were visibly damaged on the baseball by the end of the challenge?

    -By the end of the challenge, there were four seams that were visibly damaged and starting to come apart.

  • What was the participant's strategy to speed up the process of hitting the baseball?

    -The participant stretched the net on the cage to make the ball bounce back faster, and moved the tee closer to the net to feed the tee faster with less assistance.

  • Which participant ended up hitting the cover off the baseball?

    -The participant named Eric was the one who finally hit the cover off the baseball on the 5,894th swing.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿ‘ Baseball Durability Challenge Begins

The video starts with an introduction to a challenge aimed at testing the durability of a baseball. The participants believe a baseball can last longer than the average lifespan of seven pitches. They plan to hit a new baseball as hard as they can and try to remove the cover. The initial tactic involves each of the five participants taking 25 swings, but the baseball remains largely intact. The use of a signature bat is noted, and its durability is also a point of interest. The group is surprised by the difficulty of the challenge and the resilience of the baseball.

05:00

๐Ÿš€ Intense Swings and Strategies

The group continues their challenge with a focus on power, swinging as hard as possible. They discuss the bat's condition and the impact on their hands, noting the lack of batting gloves. A variety of goals are set, including hitting specific speeds and targeting the number 69 as a humorous objective. The participants also discuss the bat's performance and the need to improve their swing techniques. The challenge becomes more demanding, with participants experiencing fatigue and physical strain, but they continue to push through, aiming to reach 100 swings and observing the ball's changing condition.

10:01

๐ŸŒก๏ธ Ball Warm-up and Team Dynamics

As the challenge progresses, the participants notice the baseball getting warmer and softer. They discuss the ball's condition and the impact of the swings on the seams. The team's morale fluctuates, and they attempt to speed up the process with various strategies, such as adjusting the net and using training aids. The participants also engage in friendly competition and share personal stories to lighten the mood. Despite the physical toll, they maintain a determined spirit and continue swinging, aiming to break the seams of the baseball.

15:01

๐ŸŽฅ Commercial Break and Continued Efforts

The video includes a commercial break promoting a meat delivery service, highlighting the convenience and quality of the product. After the break, the participants return to the challenge, their hands showing signs of strain and blisters. They discuss strategies for dealing with the physical demands of the challenge, such as changing their grip and taking breaks. The group sets a daily goal of a thousand swings and shares a moment of camaraderie as they work towards their objective.

20:02

๐Ÿค Teamwork and Personal Achievements

The participants reflect on their progress and discuss their personal achievements, such as hitting the ball at high speeds. They also share their favorite movies, leading to a humorous debate about the film 'Rush Hour'. Despite the lighthearted moments, the challenge takes its toll, with participants experiencing fatigue and frustration. However, they continue to support each other and push through the difficulty, with some taking on additional swings to speed up the process.

25:03

๐Ÿ’ฅ The Baseball Begins to Break

The challenge reaches a turning point as the baseball starts to show significant signs of wear. The participants become more hopeful as they see the seams coming apart after numerous swings. There's a sense of accomplishment, but also increased urgency as they try to be the one to hit the cover off the baseball. The physical strain is evident, with participants dealing with injuries and blisters, yet they remain committed to the challenge.

30:04

๐Ÿ† The Final Swings and a Surprising Conclusion

As the challenge nears its end, the participants take turns swinging at the baseball with renewed vigor, hoping to be the one to knock the cover off. The competition intensifies, and there's a sense of anticipation as the baseball's condition deteriorates rapidly. In a surprising turn of events, the final swing that disrupts the baseball's cover is not as expected, leading to a dramatic and satisfying conclusion to the challenge.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กBaseball

Baseball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two opposing teams who take turns batting and fielding. In this video, the central theme revolves around the durability of a baseball and the participants' attempt to damage it through repeated swinging. The baseball is hit numerous times, showcasing its resilience.

๐Ÿ’กSwings

Swings refer to the act of attempting to hit a baseball with a bat. The video script details the participants taking a collective number of swings, aiming to hit the baseball as hard as possible to observe its durability. The count of swings is a significant aspect of the video, with the participants reaching a total of 5,894 swings.

๐Ÿ’กDurability Test

A durability test is an assessment of how long a product, in this case, a baseball, can withstand stress before significant damage or failure. The video's theme is focused on a durability test of a baseball, where the participants try to hit the cover off through continuous swinging, which is a unique and entertaining way to test the product's endurance.

๐Ÿ’กSeams

The seams in the context of the video refer to the stitched parts of a baseball that hold its cover together. As the participants take numerous swings at the baseball, the integrity of the seams is a focal point, with the group observing and discussing when the seams begin to show signs of wear and eventually start to unravel.

๐Ÿ’กBlisters

Blisters are raised areas of skin that result from friction or burning, often occurring on the hands. In the video, the participants experience blisters on their hands due to the repetitive and forceful action of swinging the bat. This highlights the physical toll of the activity and adds a layer of challenge to the video's narrative.

๐Ÿ’กBat Speed

Bat speed is a term used in baseball to describe how quickly a bat is swung during an attempt to hit the ball. The script mentions bat speed in the context of the participants trying to generate maximum speed to inflict more damage on the baseball, emphasizing the effort and technique required to achieve high bat speeds.

๐Ÿ’กCover Off

The phrase 'cover off' refers to the moment when the outer cover of the baseball is hit off, revealing the internal stitching or even the ball's core. This is the ultimate goal of the participants in the video, representing the culmination of their efforts to test the baseball's durability through swinging.

๐Ÿ’กString

In the context of the video, the string refers to the material within a baseball that, when the cover begins to wear away, becomes visible. The participants comment on the string as it starts to show, indicating the progression of damage to the baseball and adding to the suspense of whether the cover will eventually come off.

๐Ÿ’กMax Effort

Max effort denotes the use of maximum strength or energy in an action. In the video, the participants are encouraged to put in max effort with each swing of the bat, especially as they near the point where the baseball's cover appears close to being hit off. This concept underscores the intensity and determination of the challenge.

๐Ÿ’กRush Hour

Rush Hour is mentioned in the video as a favorite movie of one of the participants. While not directly related to the main theme of the baseball durability test, it serves as a humorous subplot and a bonding element among the participants, providing a moment of levity and personal connection amidst the physical challenge.

๐Ÿ’กGoodshop

Goodshop is mentioned as a service that delivers high-quality meat cuts directly to the customer's door. This mention serves as an advertisement within the video script, offering a break from the main action and introducing a commercial aspect. The mention of Goodshop also provides a setting for a birthday celebration within the video's narrative.

Highlights

The average lifespan of a baseball is seven pitches, but the group believes it can last longer.

The first tactic was for each of the five members to take 25 swings aiming to hit the baseball as hard as possible.

After 25 swings, the baseball appeared largely intact with only minor markings.

The group hypothesized that the bat might break before the ball does.

The challenge included hitting the baseball with significant power, aiming for 250 mph dead center.

One member of the group, Trevor, had to swing harder than ever before to achieve dramatic effect.

The leather of the baseball started getting rougher after numerous hits.

A member struggled with the bat type and was given a different goal of hitting 69 mph.

The group made predictions on how many swings it would take to hit the cover off, ranging from 8,900 to 69,000.

The exit velocity of the baseball was observed to decrease as it became squishier with each hit.

Hands started to show signs of blisters after a significant number of swings without batting gloves.

The group experimented with different swing techniques and analyzed the impact on the baseball.

After 300 swings, the baseball started to show more noticeable signs of wear, especially around the seams.

The group discussed the need to ramp up the swings to speed up the process of damaging the baseball.

A training aid was used to help improve swing technique and prevent rollovers.

The group reached a milestone of 1,000 swings each day as a collective goal.

After 5,894 swings, the cover of the baseball was finally knocked off, marking the end of the challenge.

Transcripts

00:00

the average lifespan of a baseball is

00:01

seven pitches but we think a baseball

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can last a lot longer than that so we're

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going to try and hit this brand new

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baseball as many times as we can as hard

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as we can they try and hit the cover

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off let's check it out all right

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anything different you did no damage

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okay well it's going to take a while

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it's going to take a while we didn't

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actually think this challenge would be

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done after one swing but we also had no

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idea how hard this was going to be our

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first tactic was to take 25 swings each

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between the five of us trying to hit

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this baseball as hard as we possibly

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could so we're 25 swings in overall

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though ball looks pretty intact look at

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the bat a little Mark here along with

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the ball we're going to see just how

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well the king ofo signature bat holds up

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with all these swings Maybe This Bat

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will break before the ball does all

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right TR turn our Focus right now is all

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about power that was like 250 dead

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center and we needed Trevor to swing

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harder than he's ever swung before 95

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I'll get you a 95 I'll bet you a dollar

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you

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won't I know this means a lot to you to

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get this Mighty

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green oh my God why didn't you just do

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that the whole time I just wanted for

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the dramatic effect the leather's

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getting a little rougher on this side

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you can see some of the Rolling paint

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that's probably just from hitting the

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net right stop choking up bro it's like

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34 big ma was struggling as this isn't

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exactly her type of bat so Eric gave her

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a different goal just go for 69 that's

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your that's your goal let's fire up the

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69

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counter perfect how many do you think

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she'll get by the end of these swings

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answer in the comments Below guys you

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have to hit 69 on number 69 it's a

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must it that was such not only did she

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miss that

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goal oh my God we almost hit hit tracks

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ma would also start making potentially

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disastrous mistakes Oh

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my Jesus the ball how do you do that hey

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that's L Cheo right there nice little

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what looks like a slice that

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can Target first swing I'm going say 93

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oh oh no read

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have you tried wanting it more no

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[Applause]

02:07

it's hey as Tosh brought some real power

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hitting we were hopeful that he'd be

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able to hit our next mini goal of

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hitting 100 mph on swing 100 four more

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we need 100 on 100 he's got it

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no we are now 100 swings in and it's

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definitely getting a lot squishier

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especially around the seams the bat is

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still really good along with the bat I

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wanted to see how my hands would survive

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this much hitting without using any

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batting gloves this is what my hands

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look like now let's see after all these

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swings 101 on swing 101

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stop that's bad that's a great swing

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while I may lack real speed I more than

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make up for it with my raw determination

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you ever hear someone grunt

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85 25 swings down and the regret of not

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wearing gloves was already starting oh

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no that's a terrible one that on about

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the first 25 swings for me you can see

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here we got a little bit of a blister

02:56

form in there but uh overall hands feel

02:59

okay do we need to update cuz Cole did

03:00

nothing to this ball and now that we've

03:01

all had a chance to hit this baseball we

03:03

need to make some predictions on how

03:04

many swings it would take to hit the

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cover off 8,900 12,000 15,000 7,100

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swings 69,000 that's a little bit High

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69

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6900 we all hope that air Joo map was

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off as none of us wanted to be here for

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69,000 swings now what we will see over

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time is that the exit velocity of this

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ball will go down as it gets squishier

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oh man that's why my exit velocity is so

03:29

slow let's [ย __ย ] go oh I guess science

03:32

won't stop air but perhaps fatigue will

03:35

my body actually hurts that's a lot of

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swings 150 swings 150 plus heart rate

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that's 200 right that's still in good

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shape yeah I just don't know how many

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swings we can actually full sand like

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that you know that was all the fire

03:48

Trevor needed to start going full gas

03:50

dude you don't got 100 in you got I

03:51

probably do and to try to hit 100 five

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swings get to

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100 you don't got it that's no joke with

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the wood bath would bet 100 it's no you

04:01

haven't done the breathing thing yet

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play The Heavy

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Metal 100 the

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body if there's one thing you can bet

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your life on it's ma hitting 699 even

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calling it

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69

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69 I think it's perfect cuz she's

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actually swinging hard that's her bass

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Fe hey that's on my bat speed you all

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see speed yeah yeah oh God oh God the

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good news was that herwe was perfectly

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calibrated to 69 mph the bad news was

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that she really needed to calibrate her

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launch angle oh my God [ย __ย ] how do you

04:38

do that guess who's going to get it off

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first me we are 191 swings in from the

04:44

hit track or maybe she capped it on

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reflection we should have actually done

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something about the launch angle problem

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oh my

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God

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no this content is

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over does that count does that count it

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counts it counts okay 197 get it off our

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200

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swing

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yay the hit TRX all right swing number

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200 do something cool don't hit the hit

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track again don't don't

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hit so we're 200 swings in you can see

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here we have our first seam that is

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frayed I don't know if that was because

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of pitx or not but we're going to go

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with the 200 Swings with the ball saved

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Eric tried to fix Mar

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swing what swing training cool we're

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going to analyze your swing so you load

05:33

here right and then you're

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going and if you look at if you see that

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finish the whole thing is trash baby I

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love the way every day we love hundos

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we're going to do two in a

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row oh

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wow that was definitely

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100 Yip tracks oh no oh no oh I thought

05:59

that broke this is serious foreshadowing

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so stay tuned realizing there's so many

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hours in the day this was our first

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effort at speeding up the process of

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getting the ball back onto the teeth

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ball on the loose oh my God that

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wouldn't make it any easier on our

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bodies though oh shoulders hurt lower

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back hurts pain a lot of pain clearly a

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better use of this time for me would be

06:20

to try and improve my swing I have a

06:21

serious case of the rollovers and this

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training aid promise to stop that I

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would watch your face on this first

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swing preventing rolling over huh if

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this works as a multi-million dollar

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company that felt like it rolled over

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looks like the sheer power of my swing

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simply can't be stopped and this thing

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did nothing except join me for 25 more

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swings making the ball a bit softer what

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if we just hit the cover off the

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baseball and finish video what if we

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just hit the cover off the

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baseball what do you think Cole like

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right along that scene oh dude for sure

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yeah it's a lot a lot softer Eric

06:53

decided to mix things up and swing Lefty

06:54

for his next 25 swings and was pretty

06:56

seven to hit 100 with his opposite hand

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[ย __ย ] my god dude sometimes I hit hard or

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Lefty I don't

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know oh god dude I want hit the 169 it

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takes a special person do more yeah

07:11

basically show T at this point we

07:13

started to understand that we needed to

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ramp up the swings oh oh so Trevor fired

07:18

through his 25 swings and we hit 300 oh

07:21

my God oh my God are you guys not tired

07:23

no I'm like my hands are breaking up

07:25

hard too bring back six-pack Eric Sim he

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had a six-pack that he could push out

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and even when he pushed it out it still

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had ABS ma was becoming our most

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consistent hitter once again knocking

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the ball out of the

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cage [ย __ย ] are you serious how do you do

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that I don't

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know oh that should count you got to put

07:45

that in there and dominating 69

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mph two in a row oh my who am I let's

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hear from our favorite Joo hitting coach

07:55

who knows everything about hitting for

07:57

power and average

08:01

you know what you call this two-piece

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nugget have you ever heard of that

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before yeah McDonald's it's a two-piece

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nugget of a swing it means it's shitty

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if you're rotating right if you're

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rotating right you go

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here and then that right now what Cole's

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doing is this not that much progress on

08:17

the baseball was getting boring pretty

08:18

fast let's speed things up here Tosh

08:21

Racers through the 350

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uh-oh oh my God no nothing major team

08:27

morale was starting to drop and you can

08:29

see on Eric's face I rolled through my

08:30

next 25 swings still nothing but my

08:33

hands are starting to show some weere

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you can see this this is all starting to

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build up Eric gck through another 25

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swings all right switch then Trevor did

08:45

the same then ma continued to try and

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break expensive

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equipment oh my God and then when Trevor

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and Eric helped Tosh fly through his

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next set of swings this happened pretty

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damn quick r

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[Applause]

08:59

and just like that our glorious light up

09:01

te met its unfortunate and unexpected

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end the ball fell off Tosh swung and

09:07

destroyed it B bat still

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great oh

09:16

no you know what's funny though we tried

09:18

to either break the ball or the bat and

09:20

the first thing we broke was a teeth if

09:22

this was any other bat we'd be extremely

09:24

worried but this was a king of Jugo bat

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This Bat is Built Tough it's built

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different and it's built to hit

09:30

everything but a baseball and if you hit

09:32

the link in the description you'll be

09:34

able to get your own Joo bat certified

09:36

for hitting tanks lifting small bunes in

09:38

the ball or if you prefer smashing the

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[ย __ย ] out of rinth dark te's but now with

09:43

the best te in the facility destroyed we

09:45

subbed it out for a crappy te and got to

09:47

swing

09:48

475 there was still no significant

09:50

damage to the baseball so I stepped in

09:52

and I gave it everything that I had do

09:54

you want the te down yeah a little bit

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if you can but does it not go

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down Rous stuck here dude this is the

10:00

worst tea possible right now for

10:03

us speed more more passion more

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energy ow I'm Starry to get a a blister

10:11

like right here though

10:12

dude yeah now 500 swings in this ball

10:16

was definitely changing knowing where

10:18

the ball's at right now are you

10:19

adjusting your guess on how many this is

10:21

going to take I I'm comfor I am I am I

10:25

want to go lower lower lower what do you

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think I don't think it's going to go

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over like 3,000 3,000 I think we're not

10:30

getting to 8900 that was my number I'll

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change 12,000 ma it was ma I said 12,000

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idiot and by this point my hands have

10:39

another blister forming and they were

10:40

definitely starting to steam meanwhile

10:42

Trevor identified that if we stretch the

10:44

net on the cage the ball will bounce

10:46

back to us faster and Eric is running

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experiment of his own science science D

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every time I yell science it read 30 do

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you read it science no it didn't read I

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swear to God try it was reading my my

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voice saying science 30 mph that's what

11:01

you're saying 30.9 mph science

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science

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science I'm done Tosh left to continue

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being the king of dads and the bounc

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your net was helping us get through the

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swings faster oh Eric and I took things

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a step further with a speedy play and ma

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was determined to knock $330,000 out of

11:21

the sky not just once oh my God

11:24

unbelievable Ma put twice oh my God

11:30

and with another round of swings for me

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we'd hit

11:33

600 ooh a little V there oh my goodness

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it's getting a little harder to see

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where that initial scene we broke was

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that was our fastest 100 swings by far

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so we got to keep by far look at

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this Perfection number 69 is it's like a

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Monumental achievement and we have to

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hit 69 number 690 690 on this is the one

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no

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no we have not hit a single mini

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challenge which was terrible for team

12:05

morale but we noticed something about

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the ball that we hadn't thought about

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it's a little warmer like feel this

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baseball that's baseball we have feeling

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feel this

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one yeah it's definitely there's some

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energy put in this ball definitely heat

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it up some this ball is definitively

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harder than this one the ball we've been

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hitting is like this is squishy it's

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like almost t-all you won't S

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it no Muma

12:29

we pressed on relentlessly and in no

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time we hit 800 there it is 69 800

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800

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31 nice our seams back it's poking out

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texture of the leather is very rough I'm

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starting to get blisters here and here

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now uh it definitely hurts I give it

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another 100 swings before these start to

12:50

open up oh I think if we get closer here

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by now we' lost interest in the xavo off

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the bat

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we moved the tea closer to the net which

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would allow us to feed the tea faster

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which only required one person's help

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instead of two this was the first day in

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our Quest and we had agreed on a daily

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group goal of a thousand swings what

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better way to celebrate than by looking

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this athletic while

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yelling

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Dr honestly after all this effort I felt

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a little bit disappointed I truly

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thought we'd have broken some seams or

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at least split the leather leaving with

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only one seem just may me question how

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long this would actually take with a

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solid rest we were back and ready to go

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especially Tosh who had to leave early

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on day one ow and after each of us took

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a round of 25

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swings one more 1,00 we decided it was

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time to move on to 100 swings each so

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that we can make our way through this

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challenge a lot faster still no major

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changes long physical challenges like

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this probably test your mental strength

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more than anything looking great over

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there bud just waiting to and even

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though it's only day two you'll see that

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we were already starting to lose our

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minds

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1,300 [ย __ย ] and it's not like our swings

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are going to get

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stronger still no major updates you can

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see here after 100 straight swings it's

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starting to get really red oh my God 100

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check this out I'm not even choking up

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today sick

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right

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St more more harder seems still look

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about the same but it looks like there

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might be a little bit of Separation

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right here I I don't know if that's

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going to open anything up anytime soon

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hey guys you wonder why I'm single it's

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cuz I spread my Friday nights hitting

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the ball but even if you're descending

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in the madness you should always take

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time to work on your

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swing dude you're going like this what

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should I do don't do so when you this is

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incred no seriously like when he starts

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his swing you like do this don't fing do

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that go from here like that okay what

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look look look look you're going here to

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like this yeah don't don't leave with

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your back elbow just go here like

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straight this way okay that's why your

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elbow hurts Eric I've been hitting with

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you for 2 years and you've never given

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me any

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advice here right so try not to lead

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like this so down swing down on the ball

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correct chopping it like a sword okay

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you're still kind of tucking it but I

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mean that better that feel

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better Eric it looks way worse he's not

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doing it

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right am I a good hitter now that I've

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taken hundreds of swings off the teeth

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no and with those crucial improvements

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last one for