There are two things, when you read the upcoming “MCS Golf Swing” eBook (which I’m currently wrapping up for release this week, and I simply can’t rush it, now that it’s nearly finished), that I want you to really take to heart.
The first is the “Measuring To The Ball” process, which will ensure that you are able to maximize the leverage and power production in the “3 To 9” phase that I have taken extra care to explain.
You will have noticed that I my own breakthrough in perfecting my personal stance and motion came from my re-visiting my own setup with regard to the ball, and I’ve given you all the process I followed (which is explained in the “E = MCS” swing video, but I focus especially on this part in the eBook) to get it right.
Setup – Measuring To The Ball
You may also have noticed that I have spend a good deal of my posting in recent months focusing on the “3 To 9” phase of the downswing, and this is because it is the most important part of the swing, as this is where you actually contact the ball.
Everything is a chain when it comes to swinging the club and one weak link will compromise the entire action – your setup will ensure a proper position at the top after your “One Major Move,” and then the proper leveraging with the hips and legs on the transition, which provides the “Drop” in the “Drop & Pop.”
Only if you’ve reached the proper “3 0’Clock” position at the end of the Drop will you be able to properly complete the action of the “Drop & Pop,” which is the “3 To 9” phase through impact.
“3 To 9” Or The “Pop”
So, I am right now at this part of the swing in the eBook, having completed the writing of the entire book just before the weekend and now going through it from beginning to end (and nearly at the end again), which spurred me to write this post.
The two most important parts of the swing are the setup, which is similar to setting up a machine (think the Iron Byron) to swing at a ball – if you don’t position it correctly, you won’t get usable results however perfect the machine’s action is.
The second part is, as I just said, the “3 To 9” phase, because this is where most people get into trouble on the downswing.
So, back to work for me, and the end is in sight.
I’m excited for two things – the end of the research process which began back in June of 2005, and which will culminate in this eBook to go with the “E = MCS” and “EMCS2 – The Follow Up” videos, and the post-research period of WAX Golf and the MCS Golf Swing – which begins as soon as this eBook hits your email Inboxes!
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