There is more to the title, but the essential element I got out of what Fluffy can do to get more power out of his natural swing action is the “dropping the shoulder” action that goes hand-in-hand with the aggressive move into the leading side.
On the previous session, we discussed how to get more aggressively into the leading foot, thinking “deep” rather than “fast” or “hard,” and I gave him another swing thought of mine, one of only two, really, that I can think of having when I swing.
Fluff Practice Swing Bottom
First, take a look above at a still shot from a practice swing of his when I got him thinking about the two elements, and how Mike Dunaway-esque he would look at impact swinging in the same way.
Lots of stuff we discussed concerning the MCS Golf Swing model setup, the pivot and the down swing actions:
I also discussed with him the “why” of what we’re doing with the MCS Golf Swing, not just the “what,” because at times, one doesn’t realize how important the “what” of it all means until they know the “why” of what I’m talking about.
So there is some explanation of the reason for the proper bias and spine tilt to avoid undue risk of injury to the lower back when swinging, as well as how the failure to release the leading heel on the pivot and/or the trailing foot post-impact will cause certain things to happen, and never for the good.
I’ll just leave this here and wish you all a great weekend!
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