I was initially of the mind that an all-round supplemental video on the different problems people run into with the golf swing wasn’t something people would want or could use, but the recent week has made me re-think that.
I know that you can’t cover every single little thing with the golf swing in a video, unless you’re prepared to make it an hours-long thing, and I have found that anything longer than an hour makes it tough to absorb everything.
I am coming around to the idea however that, although the “E = MCS” video gives you a simple and direct method of building your MCS Golf Swing, questions will inevitably arise in the “but what if I’m having issues with…” department.
So, if you are one of these people who have indicated a desire for something “more” on the MCS swing to go with “E = MCS,” then I would ask you to kindly drop me an email re-stating what you would love to see addressed in a follow-up to the primary video EMCS, or leave a comment below, whichever makes you more comfortable.
I have a few weeks left in the summer that I was going to devote to my personal swing development and refinement (looking to crack the 195 mph ball speed barrier, for me – 200 would be incredible, but I’m being realistic, and 195 is less than 10 mph faster than what I’ve done already this year).
But, that is nothing that would stand in the way of working on a supplemental video if enough people want one, and there is definitely enough time between now and the end of the season to tackle this.
So, the floor is yours – what in the actual “E = MCS” video would you like to see expanded upon, or was there something personal that the video didn’t deal with (when making a “how-to” video, you don’t have much time to spend on the “don’t do this because…” aspects to the swing), and I’ll take a look at what is being asked.
I know, for myself, I would have no problem expanding on the following areas:
- The Set-up – one of the most common problems I see with feedback is improper set-up. I could do a whole hour on explaining the why’s and why not’s of a proper setup and dig deeper into how to make sure you have your personal set-up right,
- The Back Swing Pivot – I’ve simplified it into the “One Major Move” concept which, to be frank, is not going to get any simpler than what you get in the EMCS video, however, once again, I could go on all day about what not to do and why, which might illuminate some where the simple “how-to” brought them close but not quite there,
- The Down Swing – Oh boy – I could probably spend two hours on the down swing alone, because of the habits people have built into their down swings (i.e. the early turn or “baseball” flaw, the incorrect sequencing by trying to hit the ball with the arms rather than the legs, etc.).
So right there, you have the three specific but very broad areas dealing with the 3 pillars of the swing, where I can go into a lot more detail, a sort of study guide to aid you with the principal “textbook” of the subject which is the “E = MCS” video.
As with all of my previous videos, I took great pains to both present everything you need to build the MCS Golf Swing, while keeping it to an hour’s length or so, but if people want more…
I’ll evaluate the feasibility of doing this to end the season, and as I’ve always said, the law of supply and demand is that if there is demand, the supply will take care of itself!
Right now, I’m working on the long drive adaption to the standard swing model everyone is watching with “E = MCS.”
A happy weekend to all!
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