Blake_T wrote:what kind of distances are you referring to?
people can go 450'+ with either method. if you don't have good snap timing changing your pivot to heel or toe won't magically grant that.
90% of the time people pivot too early regardless of heel vs. toe pivot.
there's different schools of thought on the subject.
heel gets more "brute force" involved. (think Mo Vaughn's baseball swing) heel pivoting requires immense trust in your footing but lets you dig harder.
toe is potentially more athletic. (think Ken Griffey Jr's baseball swing) look at martial artists that use conservation of momentum and count how many of them pivot on their heel during most actions involving rotation pivots (not counting capoeira this will probably fall between 0 and 1 )
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