“Earth’s axis of rotation…” Oh Ji-hwan, after analyzing and researching, changed his 14-year habit

“I thought about the angle of effort while thinking about the axis of rotation of the earth.”

LG Twins captain Oh Ji-hwan (33) added fun to baseball. It is from correcting the swing trajectory. From the second half of last year, more home runs started coming out, and I gained confidence. He constantly devoted himself to research to achieve better results. Now, Oh Ji-hwan has been reborn as a hitter who can hit harder balls. 스포츠토토

Oh Ji-hwan scored a final hit against the SSG Landers held at Jamsil Stadium on the 25th. The bottom of the 9th inning was tied 4-4. With one out and second base, Oh Ji-hwan finished the game with a double with an RBI superiority. On that day, he went 4-for-3, all extra-base hits. Oh Ji-hwan has a slugging percentage of 0.586 this season.

After the game, Oh Ji-hwan said, “The batting is fun. I realized it late, but the side the ball hits and the way the bat travels have changed. He is swinging with the feeling of being snatched. He was satisfied with his performance, saying, “I studied because I wanted to hit a bigger ball.”

This is Oh Ji-hwan, who worked tirelessly to establish his swing. He even looked at the Earth’s axis of rotation, trying to find a more efficient way to swing. “I thought about how to make it better. He even saw the axis of rotation of the Earth. He was trying to find an angle of strength and added flexibility. The home run gave me confidence. He recalled the moments when he worked hard to improve his skills, saying, “I didn’t have a good trajectory for 14 years.”

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