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Mr. Ichiro teaches Kokugakuin Kugayama A letter from a third grader is “very emotional” | Full-Count

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Advice on how to run “I say’shake your arms’, but your arms are behind you”

Mariners Ichiro (special adviser and instructor with chairman) visited Kokugakuin Kugayama High School (West Tokyo) on the 29th and provided guidance to 82 baseball students. Mr. Ichiro was instructing the baseball club of Chiben Wakayama High School, which won the Koshien this summer in December last year, and this is the second time he has been instructing in high school. Two more schools are scheduled to visit and teach by the end of the year.

Ichiro and Yuki Tamura, a third-year student, got to know each other last year when they visited Kokugakuin Kugayama High School, which won the city tournament this fall and is sure to be selected for next spring. Mr. Tamura and other third-year students sent a letter to Mr. Ichiro with a strong feeling, “I want to be good at baseball. I want to be strong. I want you to come for that.”

Mr. Ichiro arrived at the school ground in black training wear with a hood and red shorts. When I stood in front of 82 members, including the retired third grader, he said, “I happened to meet Tamura-kun and received a letter. I keep it. I can understand Bunbu Ryodo just by looking at this. I was really longing for Bunbu Ryodo. Let’s practice together. “

Mr. Ichiro started to move his body in the same way as when he was active. In the early stages, I immediately gave advice to the students about how to run, “I say’shake your arm’, but your arm swings back. Will be bigger. Use it a lot. Clear one and then next. If you can do one, step to the next. You can’t do more than three. ” Actually running and demonstrating, “My legs look inside. When my knees turn outside, movement is lost. It changes just by consciousness. It can be done in a few days. If you do not think about it, you can not do it forever.” I preached the importance.

After that, he also showed batting with a free hit. The students were on the defensive, and the rest of the team stared at the ball repelling from behind the cage. He released a number of “fence crossings” that went beyond the right wing and mid-sized ball-proof nets.

(Full-Count editorial department)


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