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Hi Shawn – this video and the pull versus push sensation really clicked with me and has resulted in a lot better shots releasing towards the target.

Is there a specific task you recommend thinking about to get the pull sensation/left hand on top of the right/left shoulder higher than the right? I’m having a hard time doing it without thinking positionally. Any other videos you’d suggest?


if not fully focused on left foot being grounded i tend to drop foot back and like am swinging to 3rd base and pull everthing hard left

Rob Sillito

Shawn, Ilove this video and probably should watch it daily! While I diligently try to stay with and swing to my target, it’s more fuzzy on longer shots. Can I tie in the intermediate target to my awareness and focus of the release through/over while being aware it’s in the way to the target? Hard to describe but sometimes I swing and get solid contact when I am aware of and reacting to the intermediate target. “out there” but not Out There?!

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