POSTURE LEVERAGE – OFF SEASON TRAINING (2)

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Danny Fernandez

I just went out today after watching your videos and practicing I’m my garage and it was amazing, I went from driving 205 to 210 to 240-250 and hitting 284 on 1 of them, I’m so impressed by your system as it really works, I wanted to thank you as I really appreciate it!!

Shawn Clement

Hey Danny! Congrats! I just did the same thing with my last student on Saturday; we went from 220 to 270 in 20 minutes! He had no release, face was wide open, just desperate to steer the ball into the fairway…then after a couple drills like in the “release” videos on premium, then close the face too much to feel a couple of swift hooks, we balance it out and the choir started to sing! 😝😀👍
congrats on getting to your next level!

Nathan Reynolds

I have some good success compressing the volleyball to the desired target. Can this be used as an actual task?

calvinhung13@hotmail.com

I forgot which video in your winter training series that talked about the trail leg lifting up on the downswing prior to impact. That has been my problem for a long time and have not been able to figure out how to stay down on it. I always have a tendency to lift it as I turn during the downswing. I tried the squat before the downswing but ended up going at the ground. Any advice on this? Thanks!

Darrell Lewis

Can we darken the print in the text?
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Shawn Clement

Hmmm, never had this issue before?! On your computer? On your phone?

Darrell Lewis

Wait til your 73. 🙂

fredrik.hultner@gmail.com

Sp impressed with all three of you! Keep up these great videos and good to hear the comments from sav and mo giving it even wider perspective and different personal views

Shawn Clement

Yes sir! 😀👍🤛🏾🤛👌💪

jakerosnerbp@aim.com

I was reminded of an old pointer about keeping your mouth open/jaw slack, during the swing – to avoid over-straining. Used it on the course the other day and had one of my best driving rounds ever!

walker.vince@gmail.com

Such good information. I haven’t watched this for a couple of weeks, I got your notification email re this week’s new video and thought I would go back to the start – definitely watching these off-season vid’s over and over again 😉

jhowie@jasonpaulhowie.com

Hi Shawn. A couple of weeks behind on my winter series. Anyway, when I do this drill, I find that the volleyball travels relatively low, maybe 1 or 2 feet off the ground. Is this something to worry about?

jhowie@jasonpaulhowie.com

yes I am trying to hit about 6 feet high. But if that is not a concern on this drill, no problem

Adam Hazelwood

Great lesson. There so much in this. And really wonderful to see the progress in Mu’s swing and Sav’s fitness over the last two years. Walking the walk, guys. I’ve been working on the athletic stance and forward shaft lean lately. Things are really coming together. Even my terrible putting has become pretty hot!

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Jon R

For me, the walking drill also encourages the coveted natural pause at the top. The brain is waiting for that lead foot to plant in the right spot before it releases everything into the downswing. I feel like the ACU is hovering forever. Terrific drill when you get ‘quick’ at the top. Now that I think about it, this should always be a part of warm up before playing. Take that sweet sensation out on the course.

richtullo@msn.com

i notice your head moves up on back swing and you go back down on down swing.
is that okay? i notice the pros head only goes down.

Mike Woods

Great video, my only complaint is when you do the slow motion and the music cuts in, it blasts you right out. It is much louder than the voice volume that you have on your mike’s. It would be just fine if the music was turned down half of what it is.

bluzbiker@gmail.com

The best part of this video is the real discussion of what each of you experience in performing the drills. I have experienced the club rolling in my hands on the walking drill along with swinging at the ball. With these results it was easy just to stop the drill. Now, I understand my experience is normal and what feedback is being provided.
My volleyball arrived a couple a days ago and I am eager to get to a space where I can work with it. I anticipate that it will help me get through the shot. The impact reinforces swinging at the ball. The drill with the board should help with staying with the shot however I am not sure how it will work on grass. I do not have access to an indoor facility but my club does have all grass practice area.

jakerosnerbp@aim.com

Every once in a while, these lessons send a chill down my spine – this was definitely one! Thank you guys!

To Munashe: dude, I am so impressed with where your golf swing is, in such a short amount of time – FANTASTIC job! You have the fortune of missing out on years of mentally and physically painful golf, like the rest of us who didn’t find Mr. Clemens earlier!

Munashe Masawi

Great lesson right here

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