It’s easy to dismiss the notion of swinging with a motion like Iron Byron because, of course, we’re not machines.
And anyone who claims to have a swing model like Iron Byron’s, is of course being absurd, but I imagine it sells… we swing like living machines, and with two arms.
But there are things in the Iron Byron construction and motion that are straight out of kinesiology as well as physics, because really, kinesiology is the physics of human motion.
For one, Iron Byron’s “throw release” down swing. See if you can spot what I’m looking at here.
And for the “pullers,” guess what? That same action is the “frisbee throw” action of the leading arm.
Oh, and another point! This is the same action as the “sledge-hammer” or “push-pull” hybrid swing motion…
See what I’m saying?