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00:00 Shawn introduces the Golf Lesson w/ Mu

01:05 Power backhand with a tennis racquet & baseball swing analogy w/ Mu

03:14 Hammering a nail analogy /w Mu

05:14 Which golf grip helps you stay anatomically sound towards the target

12:34 Mu demonstrates some shots from the lesson

14:24 Shawn concludes the golf lesson with Mu

 

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So you have been told your shoulder plane is too flat and not steep enough? Chill out!! Don’t you worry about it for one second as we will put you on a simple task that will take care of that perky over the top-flat shoulder-round house-out of balance action for good!

 

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Author:  Eckhart Diestel

Date: April 13, 2021

This blog was adapted for personal use and can be utilized by any student Golf as a referral as to how the grip works in golf swing.

Key Notes:

  • TAKE DEAD AIM
  • the head ALIGNS
  • the body ALIGNS
  • the forearms ALIGN
  • the wrists ALIGN
  • the hands ALIGN
  • TARGET
  • COLLECT
  • RELEASE
  • ALIGN

Using A Hammer

                                                  

Examine how we use a hammer to drive a nail. Realize how the anatomy aligns with the direction of the blow. If you hit vertically downwards, the head and upper body will be right over the nail. The radius and the ulnar of the forearm will be in a stacked position on top of each other. The anatomical snuff box will be aligned with the free downward motion of the wrists and the base of the index finger will be on top of the shaft to support the downward motion.

          If you hammer sideways, – imagine a nail in a door frame -, your entire anatomy will move to stay behind the blow and support the delivery of energy in the intended direction. The head and upper body tilt sideways. The radius and the ulnar of the forearm will still be stacked, now in the plane of
the blow. The anatomical snuff box and base of the index finger will remain aligned in that same target related plane.

Top Spin InTennis

                                                                    

Notice that you grab the racket in a closed position to facilitate a strike with top spin. The racket is not brought into this position by a manipulation of the wrist, because the player wants to keep everything optimally aligned to delivery energy. Thus the wrist stays in the ’hammer’ orientation, while the racket is turned closed.

 

Bat With A Baseball

                                  

 

               Hold the golf club just like you would hold a baseball bat be-cause this allows you to apply the maximum force. Again, the radius and ulnar are stacked in the plane of the hit direction. This may give the appearance of a cupped wrist at the top of the backswing. However, this is the anatomically correct position, because the wrist can hinge over the tabati ́ere anatomique ofboth hands. A cupped wrist position has the trail hand wrist flattened.

          The orientation of the club face will determine how you feel the balance of the club in your hand. In a closed position the leading edge would appear in a picture in a horizontal position, in an open position the leading edge would point towards the ground. Thus, when you change you grip you will experience a difference in feel. Closing the club face moves the feel of the weight of the club head more unto your lead forearm. At the top of the backswing, the open position may feel more balanced and natural. This would be too open in relation to the target as the ball would be hit with that open face.

            If you close the face about 45 degrees and swing it analogy to a base ball bat, you will see that the leading edge will be square to the path at impact. If your perceived task is to release the club to the target, the kinetic sequence will occur correctly. If the target is the ball, there will be no perceived need for a release towards a distant target and it will therefor not be performed.
We are releasing the club towards a target and are collecting the ball while we do so.

           Just as much as a baseball players swings towards a target such as the fence at the end of the field; he will hit and compress the ball with the bat during that targeted motion. Hold the club in your lead hand with a grip that feels super tight and secure. When applying the trail hand, the index finger is placed correctly in a relation to the shaft that reminds you of holding a kitchen knife while pushing down on a cutting board

Extremely Important Is The Rotational Aspect.Extremely important is the rotational aspect of the release. Whether you apply a baseball swing or a tennis serve or a golf swing. Imagine to swing a golf club in a horizontally plane in front of you, letting forearms rotate naturally or ’turn over’ – the trail hand will turn over the lead hand.

 

The Movement Of The Hands And The
Direction Of Force

                                                 

                    Inspect the movement of the hands and body position when you apply power in a direction. You will see that you will bring your body behind that blow. If you hammer straight down, your body will be entirely upright. If you blow an axe into the stem of a tree your body will bend to find a position that supports the direction of that blow. In this position you will see that the grip as well as the body are anatomically properly aligned.

       Apply this to a golf club. If your target is the ball right in front of you, the blow will be directed straight down and your grip and body position will reflect that movement. If you task ist the release of a baseball bat to a distant target somewhere in the field, your body as well as your forearms as well as your wrist will line up behind the direction of that blow to apply maximum directed energy in that direction.

     Care has to be taken of the leading edge of the club face now. If you start with a square position at the set up, the tilting to get behind the blow will dynamically bring the club face into an open position at impact. Therefor, the club face has to be held closed at setup to dynamically return it square at impact.

 

30 Yards  – Between the release at the ball with a neutral grip and the release at the distant target with the correspondingly aligned anatomy accounts for a 30 yards difference in carry.

 

 The Grip Is Too Strong

                                                                         

Now this is very important: if you bring the club face back to square with a twisting of your wirsts and tension in your forearms, you will notice that your body is still vertically upright, your radius and your ulnar are not stacked up and your tension, too strong 3 wrists can not move freely and conjunctly over the anatomical boxes. This is a too strong grip ! If you release and you relax from this position your club face will return too closed and you will hook the ball too much.

             This will especially be the case if you release at the ball and not at the target. In a correctly alignment of the anatomy there will be a body tilt and no tension in the forearms. Early extension and casting both reflect a neutral grip and a release at the ball.

 

Take Dead Aim (Harvey Penick)

                                                                        

If you line up your anatomy ’behind’ your ’baseball’ blow with a specific distant target:

  •  your head will be in a specific position 20/20
  • your body will tilt to stay behind the blow to apply its mass at impact
  • the radius and ulna of both forearm will stack up in the plane of the swing
  • the anatomical snuffboxes will be properly aligned and allow the wrist to hinge jointly and freely
  • your trail hand will align to support the blow; the pressure point is at the base of your trail hand index.
  • you collect
  • after impact release your club just as a bat towards the distant target
  • your forearms will be twisted over 180 degrees until their radius and the ulna reach a stacked position again at the top of the finish.

To facilitate the understanding: hold the club in front of you. Swing to hit an imaginary nail at chest height with the club face square. Hit the nail out of the park. There you go. Hit another nail at the side bottom of a door frame. Hit it out of the park as well. There is your golf swing.

 

 

 

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Congratulation to Hideki Matsuyama for winning the greatest golf prize on this great green earth! We observe his awesome technique of bracing through the ball and into his flight plans to his targets to achieve big distance and accuracy and contrary to what people think, he hits his irons very high despite looking like we are ready to hit it low! This technique is what you would use to compress the ball as solidly as possible on all irons and woods. This video will show you so many advantages to this technique and get you the information you need to implement the very next time you get to the range or golf course. Enjoy!

 

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01:10 Shawn Clement: How to stay braced on the lead side with iron golf shots

04:57 Shawn Clement: How to stay braced on the lead side with hybrid golf shots

09:00 Shawn Clement: How to stay braced on the lead side with your driver golf shots

12:39 How Hideki Matsuyama maintains his tempo being braced on the lead side

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Author:Eckhart Diestel.

Date: April 11, 2021.

 

 

Table of Contents:

  • RISE
  • HEAVE
  • FALL
  • CATAPULT
  • HEAVE

 

This series is specifically about facilitating the engage- ment of a kinetic chain. Throwing an object, throwing a punch, etc., is a timed sequence of movements – or in other words: a kinetic chain. The proper sequence is demonstrated in extremis by Bryson DeChambreau. ”I jump up, and then I pull”.

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  “I jump up”  and “then I  pull”

 

An Unrestricted Throw
                 Conscious thoughts can change the timing of the sequence of movements. Generally, a throw is performed quite naturally. If you try to perform this motion consciously, it turns into a different task. Now you are performing a conscious sequencing of body positions. This will hinder the natural flow, or the timing, of the movement. Example: you have been told: keep your head still. Thus you limit the movements of your head. This, in turn, will restrict range of motion in your backswing. In addition, the focus on your head will impair the natural timing of the throw. We want a backswing without restrictions. You do not want to resist with the lower body while twisting your upper body only. Neither do you want to sway and load your weight unto the back foot and then back forward to fire off your lead foot. This is not the proper sequencing for a throw. Particular thoughts hinder the engagement of the kinetic chain in preparing a throw. The throwing motion loads the back foot to a degree, stretches, coils the body -”I jump up”, then sets the lead foot, followed by a simultaneous drop into your knees, a ”I jump up” ”and then I pull” 1 fall of the arms and a release of the coiled body towards the target – ”and then I pull”. All this is naturally and immediately evident when you perpetually swing you arms loosely in front of you – up to the right, up to the left – using your legs to drive the action. If your target is the ball itself, au contraire, the target is in front of you on the ground. To hit it requires a downward blow. A blow is a different kinetic chain; there is no need to coil, to plant the lead foot, nor is there a need to uncoil the body, etc..

 

A Centered And Catapulting Throw

                      To remove the restriction of the lower body in the back- swing do the feet-together drill; this is really important. Place your feet next to each other, the arches touching, forming a single ‘suction cup’; keep your knees together, no ‘Elvis Presley’. Feel very solid contact with the ground, feel ’glued’ to the ground with your feet. Then heave your arm club unit towards the trail side. Immediately to keep balance your rear will swivel into the opposite direction, ‘facing’ the target. If not, you will lose your balance.

 

Rise And Heave, Fall And Throw

                           Imagine heaving an axe and letting it fall into the stem of a tree. Upon heaving the axe back you will notice that your knees stay above your feet and the rear will immediately move in the opposite direction. Both legs will extend, you will rise up, and your head will go up – ”I jump up”. Then you let the axe fall and the movements will reverse. When you let the axe fall, you go to the ground, the head goes down, the knees flex – ”I pull”. Also see: the axe drill. Nothing about this needs to be learned. But it needs to be allowed to happen in a proper golf swing.

 

The Catapult
             Out of the fall, the pumping action of the legs, and the immediate return of the counterweight rear the axe will be catapulted forward towards the target. Sergei Polunin 2 Pay attention: all these elements need to be there. Watch Sergei Polunin jump. Landing on one foot might make this a ’tour jet´e’ – a thrown turn ! Let your golf be inspired by the incredible beauty of Sergei Polunin’s ability.
Feet Together With Two Tees
Do the feet together drill with two tees. Let the arm club unit fall using its weight and release through both tees. Do this effortlessly, let it fall into a nice catapult towards the target. The first tee is placed right in the middle of the feet, the second a few inches apart towards the target. Get through the first tee and through the second tee. Observe the ’suction’ of the feet that will keep you centered into the completed finish. Now place a ball next to the first tee and let the club fall through both tees again, sending them towards the target. It is amazing how far we can send the ball when doing this.
RISE – HEAVE – FALL – CATAPULT – HEAVE
HEAVE into the backswing, FALL into a nice catapult, HEAVE into the finish. Imagine the ball on a string, feet together. You will need a pumping motion of the legs to get the string swing. Do it with a driver. You will not be able do it without pumping with the legs. The power supply that you get from this is just phenomenal. The pumping action of this drill will solidify in your brain how it feels to use the ground to deliver your club towards the target. Follow up with the video feet together back to feet apart
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Have you been wondering about how to release the body or how to release the club or hands, this is the video for you! When you consider that we do this kind or releasing in all sports such as Ping Pong, Baseball, Tennis serving, football throwing and so much more, you will be very happy to see that plugging that release that you already know into your golf swing will be way easier than you think because you have been there already!

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01:50 Shawn Clement how to release the club in the golf swing

05:45 Shawn Clement how to grip the golf club or the driver

07:53 Shawn Clement hits an Apex 21 7-iron on the GCQ

08:45 Shawn Clement hits the Epic Speed Driver on the GCQ

10:33 How to release the driver w/ Sav (tennis racquet analogy)

14:02 Mu hitting the driver

15:27 Shawn Clement concludes the lesson

 

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In this week’s golf exercise we will be addressing the pectoral muscles and a little bit of the triceps and deltoids. In addition, the glute bridge part of the exercise also help help the strength, hypotrophy and stability of lower core. The reason i’m addressing the upper body this week is to help with muscle tone and help with power can produce in the downswing of your golf swing. And the stability you build in the glute bridge position will help with posture and increase more balance for the golf swing.

 

Benefits:

When performing this workout, you are decreasing stress on your lower back when compared to a traditional bench press with the barbell or dumbbell. In addition, fat tends to collect in the lower region of the pectoral muscles in men as they age, so this exercise  helps a lot in slowing down that process. Moreover, you will also reduce stress on the shoulders, ability to increase more weight and transfer that strength onto other chest exercises.

Drawback:

One con about this exercise is that if you have never done it before you will experience an awkward period trying to master it. This can lead to less optimal lifting mechanics.

How to Perform The Exercise:

  1. On flat floor with a yoga matt, lye down with dumbbells on each arm and bend your knees to get into the glute bridge position.
  2. Once the Gluteus Maximus is engaged, allow the the weight lean on your shoulder blades and keep your head on the ground.
  3. When ready, have your arms with the dumbbells extended and bend the elbows and low the arms to the floor.
  4. Press back up while the core braced in the glutes and abdomen. And then continue for 6-8 reps.

 

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01:19 Shawn Clement how to properly weight shift in the golf swing

08:28 Allow the body to turn in the backswing

10:30 Drill: Savvy walking and cutting grass w/ golf club

13:35 Drill: Compress the Volleyball w/ Mu

14:48 Using proper weight shift with the weight of the arm-club unit

18:37 Shawn concludes the golf lesson

 

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THERE IS NOTHING MORE BLISSFUL THAN COMPRESSING A GOLF BALL ON THE SWEET SPOT OF YOUR GOLF CLUB!! In this video, we see 3 very simple tasks to get you to see and feel what it is like to compress the golf ball on the sweet spot of the golf club for soaring irons that stop on a dime and penetrate through any hurricane wind. ENJOY THE BLISS!! Also, we wanted to make sure you all knew ABOUT THIS NEW GUY ON YOUTUBE CALLED “GOLF LEGACY” here is the channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkOh…

 

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08:00 Two Ball Drill down the slope w/ Sav

11:44 Two Tee & Two Ball Drill w/ Mu

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00:00 Shawn introduces the lesson w/ Sav & Mu

01:38 Analogy: How to kick a soccer ball w/ Sav

03:29 How to play a Fade golf shot with a strong grip w/ Sav

05:34 GCQ Analysis of Savvy’s shot

06:41 How to do a full release of the golf club

07:49 How to play a Draw golf shot with a strong grip w/ Mu

08:37 GCQ Analysis of Mu’s shot

09:53 How to setup for fade & draw shots with an iron

10:48 Shawn shows you how to play a draw shot

11:23 Shawn shows you how to play a fade shot

12:23 Neutral Grip vs Strong Grip in golf

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TALK ABOUT BIG FINISH POSITION; You have seen the swash buckling HELICOPTER finish in ARNOLD PALMER’s golf swing and there are a few more HALL OF FAME PLAYERS like BERNHARD LANGER and BUBBA WATSON that come to mind as well! They all have a few things in common such as DOMINANT TRAIL HANDS and STRONG GRIPS that make their DISSIPATION OF EXCESS energy in their follow throughs WHIRL UP TO THE SKY LIKE A HELICOPTER. We also talk about the standard and traditional wrap around finishes that are equally as good for handling the big momentum that pounds through the ball and towards the target, so stay tuned, this video is going to be a lot of fun!!

 

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01:17 Swinging at The Ball vs. at The Target

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04:59 The Helicopter Finish

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10:21 Shawn hits some L-H shots with the Traditional Finish

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