Category Archives: One Exercise

Stable Head + Getting “Deep” = Leverage

You’ve heard me discussing the aspects of leverage and how to maximize it on the down swing with Fluffy a.ka. TFerguson, and let me show you in my own swing how I do it.

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.

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Think “Swinging Into A Wall” – But It’s Not There…

The problem you get with the way a lot of people are swinging on television, aside from the fact that the result is very unsightly, is that they’re swinging at the ball (especially with the Driver) as if they’re hitting a wall with a hammer but forgetting it’s not actually there.

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For Leveraged Speed – The One Move + Stepping Into It

The one frustrating thing about having swing clips on my blog is that I’m constantly “obsoleting” them, in that my personal technique gets me swinging better than even my best posted clips.

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Starting My Spring Training – One Exercise!

I’ve already begun my “spring training” to be in swing shape when the snow clears in a couple of months.

As I work on the eBook, I get up from time to time and you know exactly what I’m doing to strengthen and condition my swing muscles – the Kettle Bell “One Exercise” is all I need!

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Greg Norman’s “3 To 9” Was Superb

Of course, Greg Norman’s phase from “3 To 9” is superb – he is widely considered to be the greatest persimmon driver of the ball eve to play tournament golf.

When you’re combining power and distance with consistency and accuracy therefore, I bet you’ll look very good through the ball – let’s take a look.

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“One Drill/Exercise” To Go With “One Major Move”

I’ve got great news for those of you who’ve ordered the upcoming “EMCS – The Follow Up” video – I’ve been talking about using various drills and exercises to help solve some of the more common problems that people encounter with the golf swing and…

I believe that I have developed the one drill or exercise that will universally solve these problems!

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