How do you know if your backswing is too long or too short?
Because we as humans are not wired to know exactly where our body parts are, we need to rely on the task at hand to determine if the backswing is adequate enough for us to complete this task. As far as feel of the task is concerned, we want to be able to whip the club through to the target with ease and velocity, so the backswing needs to be able to allow you to not only be able to whip the club nicely, but also to sling the club in the direction you want to start the ball. So if you do not finish the backswing, you can’t whip the club and you will be left with trying to push and shove your way around the golf course and get exhausted and sore.
There is a much better way, and I discuss it in the video.
Further Reading: Attention and Motor Skill Learning by Gabriele Wulf, a PhD in Sport Science. She’s also coming to Richmond Hill on August 5, so make sure to attend if you’re in my area.
Let’s Talk Gear: Frequency and Shaft CPM
When it comes to fine tuning a golf shaft and matching clubs within a set, frequency and CPM play a critical role in build quality and making sure what you were fit for is what gets built for you.
This video explains the purpose of a frequency machine, as well as how the information it gives us relates to both building and fitting your clubs.
How to Deliver the Club Better With Your Trail Arm
The vast majority of golfers want to be consistent. The reality is that they are… the consistency they have just doesn’t produce the outcome they want.
In this video, I share a simple drill that will improve the way you deliver the club with your trail arm and give you a more consistent delivery from the inside to promote more consistent outcomes.
How To Get That Perfect Impact Position
In this video, I share with you the key details of the perfect impact position. I also show you how to follow a system to develop the perfect impact position in your golf swing.
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