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This week on the Impact Show we’re on the Boditrak stand at the PGA Show demo day talking about weight shift. We discuss what you can learn from Justin Thomas’ golf swing. Lets take charge of your game!

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  1. Benny

    Feb 22, 2018 at 7:19 pm

    OB is right, just what happens with the body and weight distribution throught a swing. I found this video amqzing as its exactly why I hit it so low. JT’s forces are certainly different and the demo ishow us that. Sure none of us will hit it like JT nor are they telling us we will if we can master this. Stop being so critical guys. Its up to you of you wish to try it. Otherwise its just a golf video showing us another way Pros are rodiculous!

  2. mike

    Feb 22, 2018 at 5:56 pm

    how come your demonstration and the video are totally different. You guys seem to be reaching on this one. two thumbs down. All you will teach an avg amateur to do is reverse pivot

  3. Jerry

    Feb 22, 2018 at 5:55 pm

    Don’t think most people can jump off the front foot so it’s in the air and the balance goes to the back foot for a moment before returning to the front foot for balance. JT is unusual.

    Most of us would fall all over the tee box doing what JT does.

  4. James

    Feb 22, 2018 at 7:47 am

    I used use my feet like that when a junior golfer and I blew my right big mpt toe joint in my late 20’s early 30’s. Sure, a skinny guy can generate power & speed with this method but at what physical cost?

    J.T will have two careers and two swings! The one before his body blows out and the one after the surgery on his right big toe joint. That’s my take. Been there! Hallux Rigidus of right big toe!

  5. SK

    Feb 22, 2018 at 2:29 am

    To shift your pressure from foot to foot requires the displacement or movement of the body center of mass located in the vicinity of the navel. The center of mass will fluctuate as the body stance changes positions throughout the golf swing.
    The “center of pressure” is a good indicator of shifting pressure changes between the feet.

  6. OB

    Feb 21, 2018 at 2:07 pm

    “…use the ground…”, “…feel the ground…” = GRF (Ground Reaction Forces)?
    BCF = Body Creation Forces results in Ground Reaction Forces & Torques too.
    GRF is a “reaction” force, NOT a “creation” force. Your body creates forces and torques and the ground supports and reacts in opposition to those body forces.
    GRFs are not hidden magic forces that you can access for more power; they are just the equal forces opposing your body created forces. Understand?!!

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