First, you have the stable head on the back pivot, enabled by the MCS Golf Swing’s right-biased “Leaning ‘A'” tilt and proper hip action.
Then, you will see how I get the transition going by transferring to the leading foot, and the “deep” reference of course is to the pressure you want to apply to that foot, as if trying to leave an impression in the ground (the real “using the ground,” by the way).
You can also see what I mean about the “drop” in the “Drop & Pop” by watching where my right shoulder is at impact:
… all of which produce that effortless leverage driven by the action of the lower body combined with not trying to “turn” into the down swing with the upper body.
If you’re performing your pivot correctly, from the proper MCS address position, this is something you will be able to do, but I would suggest some t things to help you get there:
- Are you doing your pivot drills to get the stable head and lower body action to produce the shoulder turn?
- Are you working on the “One Major Move,” either with a club or a swinging stick?
- Are you working on getting as tight as possible by working with your Kettle Bell/Dumb-bell on your “One Exercise” drill?
If the answers to the above are “No,” then it’s not a matter of not getting it – it’s that you aren’t practicing and ingraining the proper motion and action.
Even as I’m the person who developed this swing model, it has taken a good deal of practice to get rid of bad habits and impulses and to produce the results I want out of my swing.
Then, I can get this:
If you can swing a golf club, you can do exactly what I’m doing above, more or less, and if you’re not working on it and you’re expecting it to just “click” for you – I can tell you that it likely isn’t.
The keys to building that motion so that you can perform it naturally – practice, and focusing on the parts with which you struggle, then hitting some balls and then taking what you have to the golf course.
Anything less is making it much harder for you, and it will take longer to get it right, if ever!
Back Pain or Back Injury Swinging a Golf Club?
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