Project 2018 – On To The Slow Motion Video!

I’ve got nearly everything taken care of with the upcoming “Project 2018” video, with the next thing to check off underway.

The would be getting hi-res slow motion swing clips recorded.

When this is completed, I will have everything I need to begin the editing process, and then the video will be out to everyone who reserved their copy in short order!

Just a taste of what it will look like, and bear in mind that these two video swings were just testers taken to show my new and improved MCS Golf Swing form and how it will look in the new video with hi-res slo-mo.

Face On View

I will be improving on the lighting and hitting area to make it more aesthetically pleasing, and of course to better see, without the shadowing as seen in the below gif, one hopes.

Down The Line

And here is some proof of what I’ve been talking about with regards to the MCS Golf Swing principles, from setup to mechanics, solving every problem, including my historically steep-plane with the leading arm at the top of the back swing and the subsequent shaft angle coming back down.

Here is a comparison of what I would call my best swing action from last spring when I was shooting the “E = MCS” video, beside what the same point in the down swing looked like yesterday:

Not only that, the May 2017 swing was a consciously performed swing with a mind to produce the best action I could, while yesterday’s swings were me just going after it, albeit knowing that the camera was running.

So, I said I was going to show proof in this video of how MCS can transform a swing, even that of the person who developed the model, and I will be doing that, rest assured!

It will not be your typical “swing video,” because I have not changed anything in the MCS Golf Swing model since I released “E = MCS,” and that is the swing video, even if my personal swings are a little out-dated due to the work I’ve done this spring.

“MCS – Project 2018” is being produced to provide proof to the theory, expand on the simple concepts making up the swing model, and to further explain certain things behind those concepts to help everyone better implement their swing action.

More to come!

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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