I know many of you have been waiting for this video to finally be available, and I’m delighted to say that I’ve nearly completed production on the “EMCS2 – The Follow Up” video and should be into the formatting stage by late today or early tomorrow.
That means the download links should be going via email by tomorrow, and I’m excited by the results my field-testing have produced with the “One Exercise” that will be showcased here.
The “E = MCS” swing video is the model I would call the “Fosbury Flop Of The Golf Swing,” because it is the most efficient and the simplest way in which to swing a golf club for speed, power and precision – and with the stance and mechanics provided therein, the “EMCS2” video will give everyone the tools and process to perfect their own mechanics according to “E = MCS.”
In other words, if “E = MCS” were a fully functional vehicle such as a car, you could simply get into it and drive away.
If however you needed some guidance as to how exactly to operate this fully functional vehicle, you’d have an operator’s manual, and that is what “EMCS2” is all about.
Furthermore, you always see that in the world of golf swinging, “feel” isn’t always necessarily “real,” but that is because what someone feels always “feels” correct in one’s own mind, but when you look at the actual motion, it doesn’t always match what the person is “feeling.”
However, I can prove that when you have a proper golf swing model, the “feel” should match the “real,” and below you can see on the left, my demonstration in “EMCS2” what the post-impact extension to the “9 O’Clock” position should look and feel like, compared to an actual swing from my “E = MCS” video shooting and an actual “9 O’Clock” post-impact extension:
So, I’m not going to guarantee that you’ll pick up a golf club and swing exactly the way I do, what I’m saying is that the “EMCS2” video, once you’ve watched it and implemented the principles of leveraging and moving that Kettle Bell, your “feel” should become “real.”
And that is crucial on the golf course – you want to “feel” that what you’re doing in your mind and on a practice swing are going to be “real,” on your actual swing, and I would submit the above comparison between my “feel” and my “real” to illustrate that.
So, I am returning now to the business at hand, finishing this video and getting it out to everyone who’s waiting for it, and I bid you all a great day – tomorrow is E-Day!
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