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Leading Side Leverage = Pulley/Winch/Gears

Because of the nature of the difference between the body and actual machines, it’s not a perfect analogy, but you can consider this – when used properly, the leading side produces leverage for the down swing that is akin to a pulley or winch, which emulates the gear action of a machine.

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Why Golf Biomechanics/Kinesiology Is Bogus

foley-tigerThis has been bothering me to no end, for quite some time now.

I watched part of the David Leadbetter swing video from the blog posting on his new “A” Swing, and I heard that he’d done tons of work with biomechanics specialists on this swing.

That figures, I thought.

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