EMCS2 Video – In The Homestretch

I have commenced final editing of the upcoming “EMCS2 – The Follow Up” supplemental video to the “E = MCS” swing video.

Right now, I anticipate having it out to everyone in the next week!

Sadly, I also heard from David K down in Goodyear, AZ that one of the gents with whom I spent some time in California and Arizona last year, whom I nicknamed “Cagney” for reasons that shall remain within our little group, passed away from cancer just months after being diagnosed in May.

Wax Golf Southwest Summit – Estrella G.C. Arizona March 2016

I met him when we held the first ever Wax Golf Summit in California in January and he attended both of the Southwest Summits in Arizona later in March and April – I’ll always remember the Irish Whiskey bottle he passed around in the parking lot at Goose Creek G.C. the first day I met him  – R.I.P., James, your time was too short!

So with a fond memory or two in mind, I am getting down to the final edit and shall be working exclusively on that (plus the posting of course) until it has been completed.

The two videos together should be everything anyone needs to build the simplest yet most efficient and leveraged golf swing model I could develop – in fact, I don’t see myself making another swing video again.

The reason?  Well simply, the “E = MCS,” the actual swing video, breaks the swing down to the most basic model possible (there is only the “One Major Move” on the back swing pivot), and the “EMCS2” follow-up supplemental tackles the common problem areas where people tend to run into difficulty with any kind of golf swing by performing the “One Exercise” I’ve come up with using the Kettle Bell.

Ye Olde Kettle Belle & The “One Exercise”

Therefore, you have the simplest golf swing model there is that you can build and remain mechanically-correct, and I’ve given everyone the training tools in “EMCS2” to build that model and overcome issues such as how to make sure your setup is proper, exactly how to initiate that back swing pivot, the transition from the top, how not to “get stuck” at the half-way down point, and the proper way to extend through impact and into the finish with proper weight transfer (avoiding the “flying foot” or the “twisting foot” through impact or the finish).

As a bonus, I’ve thrown in the explanation and demonstration of how the 3 Levers work in the MCS Golf Swing.

A busy weekend in front of me, and I’ll wish you all a great Friday now.


Back Pain or Back Injury Swinging a Golf Club?

Lacking Power, Speed, Distance and or Consistency? 

Need A Swing That Is More Easily Maintained?

If You Answered “Yes” To Any Of The Above Questions, The Answer Is In The Formula For The Golf Swing:

“E = MCS” The Swing Video