“MCS – The Kinetic Chain” Is In Final Edit – PGA Champ Open Thread (Updated)

Updated Below The Fold**

This doesn’t mean I’m finished, far from it, but I am now in the final edit stage of the production for the “MCS – The Kinetic Chain” video!

That means I’ve shot all of the video I need, I have the presentation video footage taken care of, and I’ve winnowed all of that down to what will be in the video, and I’m now working on the actual product.

I’ll be on this exclusively, other than my posting, until it’s complete, so things should move much more quickly.

** Update: As a reminder, this is not a “stand-alone” MCS Golf Swing video – it is the continuation of the work we did with the initial “E = MCS” swing video from last summer and the “EMCS2 – The Follow-Up” video.

If you don’t have the “EMCS2 – The Follow-Up” video, you should be fine, but this “MCS – The Kinetic Chain” video follows the “E = MCS” swing video, because that video gives the basic and simplest “blueprint” to building your MCS Golf Swing model with regards to setup and mechanics.

“MCS – The Kinetic Chain” is basically Part 2 or 3 of the 3-Part Series that begins with “E = MCS.”

Think of it as as series:

  • “E = MCS” – The basic and simplest blueprint on the MCS Golf Swing model, complete with the “One Major Move” concept of the simple back swing pivot, then either or both of
  • “MCS – The Kinetic Chain” – The proof of MCS with shot data concerning what I could do with the model itself, and how I actually improved my own swing by going back to the model in “E = MCS,” and an in-depth explanation of how and why the MCS model as described in “E = MCS” is the best way to swing, along with a deeper look at the “One Major Move” and why it is so devastatingly effective,
  • “EMCS2 – The Follow-Up” – the follow-up video “E = MCS” as a trouble-shooting guide for common swing problems and how the “One Exercise” with a Kettle Bell or dumb-bell is all you need for training your swinging muscles, with a discussion on how to use the 3 Levers in the golf swing

Here is the introduction to the video (as currently edited), which I emailed out to everyone on the waiting list, in case you are on that list and haven’t yet viewed:


The work continues, and you can use this posting for any comments you may have on the PGA Championship currently underway at Bellrive.

Have a great Friday, everyone!

DJ


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4 thoughts on ““MCS – The Kinetic Chain” Is In Final Edit – PGA Champ Open Thread (Updated)

  1. targettom

    What a beautiful looking course Bellerive is. Nice wide fairways.

    MCS question: I have noticed that I am more consistent if I bump my lead hip a little towards the target at address; is that something you do?

    Reply
    1. D Watts Post author

      The course looks good for all the doomsday talk about it being burnt-out.

      As for the stance, you shouldn’t have to ‘bump’ the lead hip to the target if you’re in the standard MCS setup. However, if you’re not leading the leading side with the hips, then yes.

      Reply
  2. D.L. Moriarty

    I can’t wait for this next video. I feel dumb for not pre-ordering, but I had just bought my first house when it opened and moving had me distracted. I’ll be first in line on release day for download.

    Reply
    1. D Watts Post author

      I love your enthusiasm, DLM! After our email convos regarding your pivot, I have a feeling that your are going to absolutely eat up the break-down of the “One Major Move!” 😀

      Reply

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