Maintaining Dynamic Posture

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Greg Brown

Hello Shawn, been watching a long time, since the “Clemshaw” days. Decided to start golfing again after 6 years… “position” swing work ruined me. One question on the effect the skies have, it feels like there is more weight on the insteps of your feet, Ben Hogan talked about this in his setup, and its something I have been tinkering with trying to stay centered. Is that a bad idea as I work forward with your information? It definitely creates a bit more tension in the lower body at setup as a tradeoff.

I would also add that if you use the butt in the trebuchet then its pretty tough to early extend!

Thanks for all your years of hard work to help people!

Shawn Clement

Hi Greg! I would not recommend that; you will see “the walking drill” and this is a drill you should definitely practice regularly as the tension free action of this drill will get you what you need without thinking. The “feet together back to feet apart” and “pumping up the volume” videos would be next and very important to get you to realize that built in tension is no good for your machine. The next “driver polish session” coming out next week on premium will be important for you through Munashe’s perspective so stay tuned for that too!

The club head stays outside of the hands in the backswing? That’s my observation of this video.

i bought my skis today – 2 by 1 strappings!
my perpetual motion seems to be very consistent toward the target.
going to keep working on this one.

When do you plan to visit Melbourne?
Brisbane would be closer.
The wife has approved. 😃

David Theobald

Shawn – a lot of great stuff in this video – focusing on keeping the feet bolted through impact – how do you take this video to the course when you may not be skiing and golfing simultaneously? 🙂
Is the takeaway here to try and keep pressure over the arches on both feet through impact to help keep your feet bolted?

Is this the video you mentioned in your latest release on Youtube (7/31/18). About Dynamic Posture?

Ricardo Contreras

I’ve been told I have been lifting up on back swing. Any drills or videos you recommend. Thxs !

Not trying to make more work for you Matt, but it would be great if you could include a little more detailed description of the videos intended key items, and when Shawn refers to a previous video for reference, a hot link to that video to view in advance. Thank you in advance and now get back to pounding balls at your intended target😊

Hi Shawn, I was hoping these videos would be laid out in a chronological order (like taking a beginner from the very first lesson). Did I miss something? Looks like they are all randomly accessible but not what I was wanting. Thanks, and I think it’s critical that people have a step by step plan, or else it just adds to the frustration we get with most golf instruction.

Thank you and I know your method will work. Nobody has to teach a person to toss their car keys to someone else, so the golf swing should be the same instinctive process, and not a bunch of thoughts! Cheers!

What is the Henrik Drill that you refer to?


Mr. Chairman…

I get and understand the BACK ski….

However, the FRONT ski appears to perhaps LIMIT your “turn” through the swing?

In the few swings that you made in this video, you “lifted up” on a couple?

Wonder if the lead-ski was inhibiting your weight transfer towards the target?

Love this place and you guys

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