Tincher is very much into the long and "Fluid" release. IMO this causes way to much forward effort, and then the wrist now has to have some action on it. I am 100 percent in agreement with Balswick. Minimize forward effort, so the arm can do what it is supposed to do without too much or any forward effort. If you look at when brush occurs and the ball is triggered from the hand, everything is stacked, and shoulder and hip are above each other. If you're trying to be long and fluid, you're going to get some forward effort leading to pushing the ball, as as a little less consistent than they could be.WOW..... This is me.
My Daughter been doing Tincher for a few years now and all we heard is "WE DONT DO WRIST SNAPS"
We look at everything trying to get more MPH and just recently after slo mo video, it seems to me like she never mastered the "Release"
It's Still a Wrist snap!!!!!! She's been pushing the ball and coming away from her body trying to get her MPH - had shoulder pain last offseason and now I'm trying to fix this in season and fast.
I'm frustrated with the whole "we don't do snaps" Propaganda and I think it really hurt us.