I’ve got a couple of worm’s-eye view swings I recorded but didn’t use for the “E = MCS” video – basically, I was looking at getting a bunch of cool angles to view a swing, including overhead with a drone (which was kiboshed by the golf range, due to liability issues)…
However, the deeper I got into the presentation of the video itself, the more simple I wanted it to be, so many of the “cool” angle views didn’t make it in.
These two however, do show very well what it looks like to swing with the “One Major Move” back swing concept, as well as the “Drop” in the “Drop & Pop” for the down swing, using the “Pressure Plate” concept from the video:
In the following picture sequences, here are the very simple aspects, and those who’ve already watched the video will know exactly what’s going on with:
The Address – Nothing new here, but you’ll see that I myself swing exactly as the way I’ve explained it in the video, with the tight arms, the right-bias, etc…
From the address position, we go to:
The “One Major Move” Concept – There it is… the arm action with the hip & leg action, in unison using the “Pressure Plate” concept as you’ll see is required when you practice your Wall Drill, and you’ve got the swinging left gate, the straightened right leg, and the right arm position as explained:
Then, from the top, using once again the “Pressure Plate” concept, the pressure transfer immediately and powerfully drops the hands and club:
With the proper positioning, you create immense leverage simply from the pressure transfer in the feet, which drive the hip and leg action into the drop.
From that “Drop” move, you can then proceed to the 2nd part of the “Drop & Pop” move:
I mention in the video that the right is reaching extension at impact, and in the right side picture above, you see very clearly that full extension occurs shortly after impact, but it is after impact not before or during.
And there, very simply, is the essential swing sequence for the Simplest Golf Swing Ever!
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