I’m testing it right now with an MCS swinger, and it seems to be working very well with maintaining the proper address setup and position, and of course with the down swing swing pivot, as that was the original reason for my coming up with the actual training device and drill.
This is a crucial thing for me, the stable leading foot – you should not be experiencing any twisting or jumping of the leading foot through impact, no matter how hard you swing.
It’s a simple matter of positioning and the mechanical sequencing from the top of the back swing – I don’t like leading foot motion on the down swing (other than the re-planting of the heel, of course).
Stable Leading Foot – Check!
If I can drive a ball 350 yards with a stable leading foot, then anyone should, on the average.
It’s a simple concept if one understands it – that’s my focus, making it “understandable” for the layperson.
More to come!
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