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joshua he

for context, i’m a right handed player. when swinging the club, is it okay if my trail hand (right hand) is the dominant “force” when swinging the club? or should i focus more on a lead hand release instead?

Shawn Clement

Practice both for sure; however, if you were skipping a stone on water, or slashing a sword through the bamboo, would you mot feel more solid with the trail throwing arm? Same for me! 👍

kroyalusa@hotmail.com

Amazing that I have things in common with “The Big Guy”. I was at the range and actually said out loud, when I missed, “Too much effort.” Thinking 1 out of 10 is a good thought. Loving these lessons.

Shawn Clement

Good stuff! 👍👌

Keith Kelly

Does this restriction the trail elbow from levitating and separating from the body (a la Jack Nicklaus)? When I try the drill, it feels as if it is restricting my trail elbow to my trail side.

Shawn Clement

What it does is cause a release first; then the club is deflected up into a hinge and then it can levitate up into a flying elbow. Make more sense?

Keith Kelly

Thanks Shawn!! That does provide clarify. I appreciate it!

Neal Ward

Wanted to ad another question to my comment below on the Swing Caddy. They have a video from you on their website with a $. Do I have access to it?
https://www.swingimpact.com/video-gallery

Shawn Clement

Wow, I had no idea they were charging for that! They never told me they were going to do that…I will see about placing this on our premium channel for our members; thanks for letting me know!

Shawn Clement

And the fact you bought it and don’t have access to it is despicable…I am not happy! 😡

Shawn Clement

Just spoke to Yong; he is very surprised and will get everyone access ASAP; he has no idea how that happened and will talk to his web people.
Thank you again for the head’s Up!👍😀

Neal Ward

They actually took it down. I was wondering if you know where I could watch it from?

Shawn Clement

I guess he will put it back up properly; give him a chance; he is a bit old school! 😝

Neal Ward

Hi Shawn, I bought the Swing caddy Pro and have been working with it. It kind of shined a light on how to release the club. One question I have though is on the box it came in they say to start the downswing with the shoulders. That’s not really correct is it?

Shawn Clement

Hey Neal! You know that one is not correct; keep your channel tuned in right here only and understand that the human kinetic chain is undeniable. See “kinetic chain facilitation series” for the latest on that!

dwi1311703@aol.com

These first four lessons in 2022 feel like a super refresher on how you keep us centered but don’t let us restrict our natural body movements. Add in your reminder to keep effort a one out of ten really works too! This generates plenty of power! Great start to the year Shawn.

Shawn Clement

Thank you DW! The next 4 are going to be very cool too! Can’t wait to elaborate! 😀👍

Andrew Michelmore

First to comment! Looks like the right elbow is bending in response to the natural hinge of the wrists, like arm, elbow and wrists are 3 parts of 1 unit all working together. Which of course they are. Instruction has always hinted I should think of those 3 parts separately, which I now realize is ridiculous. Nice one.

Andrew Michelmore

Been catching you on you tube for years but always thought you were too zen Buddha wax on wax off for me. Took the plunge and joined, I now think your teaching is the way to go. I’d still like to see a bit more on how to improve your natural action (like some people are just naturally better at throwing a ball, how do the rest of us improve)

Shawn Clement

Ok! Great feedback! And yes, I am always on the lookout for that and the next 4 week series is going to be one of my better task discoveries that has so many of my students here at the club going “how do you come up with that, because it blows my mind how simple and effective it is!” In which I reply “awe shucks”…😝

What natural action were you thinking you wanted to improve?

Andrew Michelmore

I first picked up a club as a kid in the 80’s when Greg Norman was tearing up the fairways here in Australia (I chuckle to myself when you talk about golf seasons, 12 months of the year here!) and 30+ years of playing on and off has shaped the way I move. Now my natural no thinking grass whipping form looks very much like me not rotating very well, not great balance (just like the golf swing!). So me throwing into my picture results in ingrained body moves which is what I’m trying to get away from. I’m only new to your flock though, maybe I just need to master tasks/drills to transform my current natural movement patterns (Looking forward to the next videos, I especially like the dynamic between you, Sav and Mu)

Shawn Clement

Well, are they natural to hit at a golf ball or are they completely focused through the ball and into the target? Would need to see your swing to get your interpretation of what natural moves are to you!😝

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