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bguinnup
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PostPosted: Wed 1:26, 17 Aug 2011 Back to top

Gentlemen, I appreciate the comments and suggestions. I will definately work on adding the trigger compression. I used to immulate Nicklaus with that little forward slide of the left hip as the trigger. That always felt good to me. I will work on that along with setting up with a more flared out left foot and pre setting the right leg /knee torgues...

I hope after you read my post you can varify this is what you would suggest I work on. Those are all pre swing and should be easy for me to incorporate. I will work on this for awhile and then send you a new video to see how I am progressing..Thanks again

This is one of the best golf sites on the web....and I have been to them all..Smile
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PostPosted: Wed 15:11, 17 Aug 2011 Back to top

Bob,
any trigger that rocks on the motion and creates initial inertia is good. It starts in a very natural way the motion and presents a very close and powerful connotation that the whole motion is just a cascade of independent but unintentional events starting exactly after the trigger.
We shall await your new vids with anxiety while thanking you for nice words.

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bguinnup
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PostPosted: Wed 21:22, 17 Aug 2011 Back to top

This may be a little premature, but I just have to tell you that I went out this AM and played nine holes. Adjusted my set up with a little more of a flared left foot and pre set the right foot a little stronger (heel more to the right)...from that position I pre set my right knee and torqued my right hip a little..that was my set up. Felt pretty tight and locked in. From there I just tried to forward press and trigger the start of the swing and get my weight to my right glute..I got to tell you it really felt good. Hit some really good shots but my swing felt effortless and out of my control...a new feeling....

I will continue to work on this and keep you posted. I know one time does not make perfect but just wanted to let you know how solid it felt...
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PostPosted: Wed 22:44, 17 Aug 2011 Back to top

bguinnup wrote:
my swing felt effortless and out of my control...a new feeling....


This is EXACTLY how a motion consisting of a cascade of unintentional biomechanical events should be felt ! One does not need to control anything since all conscious thoughts are left before the backswing begins yet one does not need to be afraid of anything out of control since there are no options left between each link in the chain.

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PostPosted: Thu 0:33, 18 Aug 2011 Back to top

Bob, eventough you seem to start the takeaway with a slightly close clubfade, you swiftly get it square all the way to finish. If you start having some doubts about the biokinetic swing, please before getting somehow discourage about it, just make sure that the clubhead is still square throughout the swing. I face many difficulties until I realized that my old habits on the takeaway kept me from squaring the face during my backswing which ruined my tempo. Maybe Dariusz can emphasize more on that issue but it really help to achieve consistency and encourage a leap of faith in the entire process to lose control to get control like Mr. Knudson once said. GL
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PostPosted: Thu 8:43, 18 Aug 2011 Back to top

In the spirit of Carl's great post I'd add that it is indeed really easy to trust that the clubface will be square to the swing arc for a relatively long period of time because proper sides of the body are active in the sagittal plane. If e.g. the wrong side is active, say, lead side/arm beginning takeaway a lot of bad things happen such as e.g. sucking the club too much to the inside, too early forearm rotation setting the club open, etc.
The golden rule of biokinetics is to act according to physics and have both inertia as well as gravity as our friends - not fighting against them.

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