In our last Skype session, which we recorded for WAX Nation, you’ll see how a certain concept worked for Fluffy a.k.a. T. Ferguson with regards to this.
Everyone has experienced that unfortunate result of trying to swing “harder” on a particular shot and having everything go haywire when less-than-full efforts were garnering great results and my opinion is that the trouble originates with the thought or the word “harder.”
1st of all, look at the excellent set-up position Fluffy has going on with the down the line view:
It doesn’t get much better than that. Let’s move on to the concept.
So, true power & leverage come from the action of the hips & legs with the weight transfer on the pivots, and when you try to swing “harder,” the danger is that you’ll now engage the arms & hands and/or turn early trying to speed up the club head, and nothing good happens when you do this.
If you are swinging in the Classic Golf Swing manner, especially with the MCS Golf Swing model with the stable head element, all you have to do is think “deeper.”
Skype w?Fluffy Excerpt – Think “Deeper” Instead of “Harder”
In the latest MCS video series beginning with “E = MCS” and ending with the last, “MCS – The Kinetic Chain,” you’ve heard me talk about the “Pressure Plate” concept of the weight transfer on the pivots.
You know already that the transition involves the transfer to the leading heel to engage the Primary or 1st Lever consisting of the shoulders, the C7 and the leading arm – so when thinking about that transfer of pressure to the leading heel, think “deeper.”
This concept is designed to get you a more aggressive move into the leading hip, which I’ve demonstrated in the videos is exactly how you create the effortless leverage with the Primary Lever system.
The more aggressive, the more leverage, the more leverage, the more power and acceleration and thus more impact speed – all without doing anything extra with the arms and hands – It certainly works for me!
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