Well, I’m pleased to say that I have finally figured out my ” leverage niche,” what I call my top position, for providing that optimal controlled speed and power.
As for what that means, you’ll remember the discussion earlier on the nature of leverage when I referenced the judo throw:
… and how I described how Jon Rahm had great leverage & power even with what looked like a very short back swing:
… because of his increased hip turn from previous:
But what seems a very short back swing is actually very leveraged, and so, if I am even close to being correct on my personal “leverage niche,” which I’ve confirmed in theory with my SwingRite work this past week… you’re going to see a very different MCS Golf Swing from yours truly than what you’ve been used to over the years.
I’ve been buzzing around it, as I was last winter with my postings, but the thing is that you can do something very well at times and still struggle to replicate what you’re doing if your understanding of what you’re doing is not full.
Meaning, the reason most people use visual concepts or swing thoughts is because they can only replicate the action they want in that way.
Of course, once you understand fully the process of what you’re doing, and I mean more than just making a proper pivot and arm action, etc. – you can do it exactly the same way every time.
And when it comes to competition, that means you can make the action unconscious and exactly replicated every time, which makes the nature of playing the game or swinging the club in long drive that much easier.
That makes the post title a little misleading, because I actually found it nearly a year ago – but I only had a visual concept of how I was doing it, a “feel,” if you will, and it would come and go, until I figured it out to make it repeatable – where last year, I would say I wanted at least 3 consecutive “clicks” with the SwingRite when I was working out, I can now replicate the same action producing that same optimal leverage and the awesome speed it brings, every time.
And know what, where and why about it.
So, more on this concept of “Big Legs, Little Arms” in the coming months.
I have said 2018 is going to be great… and aside from my worry about how many driver heads I might go through in the next year…
… I think I just ensured that it will be, for myself and a good deal of other WAX Nation MCS swingers!
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