P3 - P4

Re: P3 - P4

Postby eagle » Sat Oct 05, 2013 6:47 am

lagpressure wrote:Great visual post here.

What we see with these great swings is everything moving together in unison, particularly visible with the hips. Shoulders, hips, hands all moving together.

In the modern swings of today's typical pro player, the hips stall and don't move through impact because there is no true core connection, so the players are having to rely upon an arm and hand throw into impact which is much more difficult to time especially with the longer clubs.

We don't see consistent great driving of the ball like we did in the past.

The martial arts principal of driving controlled accurate power from the chi or core is still most desirable to achieve greatness.

There are reasons we are not seeing the next "Hogan".


Here's an interesting video regarding the mysterious "Chi Energy".

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Re: P3 - P4

Postby NRG » Sat Oct 05, 2013 12:55 pm

eagle wrote:
lagpressure wrote:Great visual post here.

What we see with these great swings is everything moving together in unison, particularly visible with the hips. Shoulders, hips, hands all moving together.

In the modern swings of today's typical pro player, the hips stall and don't move through impact because there is no true core connection, so the players are having to rely upon an arm and hand throw into impact which is much more difficult to time especially with the longer clubs.

We don't see consistent great driving of the ball like we did in the past.

The martial arts principal of driving controlled accurate power from the chi or core is still most desirable to achieve greatness.

There are reasons we are not seeing the next "Hogan".


Here's an interesting video regarding the mysterious "Chi Energy".




I attached some electrodes to my perineum once, it didn't do much for my ball striking.
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Re: P3 - P4

Postby eagle » Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:22 pm

NRG wrote..
I attached some electrodes to my perineum once, it didn't do much for my ball striking.


LOL.

I know that stuff can be a hoax, but it is interesting nonetheless, and maybe we should not totally dismiss it. It is an accepted fact that administering focused sound waves to a human, to treat kidney stones for example, can cause a potentially deadly arrhythmia of the heart, and it is not dependent on the location of the stone.

Too bad we can't get a golf club in that guy's hands...
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Re: P3 - P4

Postby lagpressure » Sun Oct 06, 2013 10:15 pm

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You can see the hips move little if any through the strike. The Chi is not being utilized properly, it's not driving the action and rotation of the body and ultimately the clubhead. This is one of the main reasons we are not seeing great ballstriking anymore.
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Re: P3 - P4

Postby lagpressure » Sun Oct 06, 2013 10:47 pm

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As steep and Trevino goes under with the right shoulder, he still is driving the club from his core. Clear as day.
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Re: P3 - P4

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Re: P3 - P4

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Re: P3 - P4

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Re: P3 - P4

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Re: P3 - P4

Postby lagpressure » Sat Nov 30, 2013 6:53 pm

These last two photos are really great, because they show the sustained relationship between the hands and shoulders staying constant. This is a classic display of staying connected and everything working together in unison. There is no flipping over of the hands or roll working into P4.
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