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Worked for about 20 minutes yesterday and got about 15 swings in today after a lesson. Looks better... had to save this shot with my hands a little though so RoC looks worse. Also, 2 and 3 aren't where I'd like them to be and hips aren't great either. Anyways, I like the changes. Just gotta keep working and then do some polishing.   
    When we started changing sequencing and started getting some hip slide, thats when things started clicking. But we still had an issue with the arms getting left behind and with him throwing a bit. A really good drill that got it looking nice and shiny was gloves in the armpits and feeling the left shoulder stay down while #1 and #4 release.    Kid worked hard for those changes though.    Thanks. Will do. 
Look, I decided to start posting more over here because I thought I could get more positive discussion going. I didn't expect for people to publicly accuse me of whatever you guys are accusing me of. You didn't send me a pm, you didn't ask. Just something I thought I should point out in case you hadn't considered it.      Like most people he early extended for a reason. For one, he was physically getting closer to the ground. And the other being that he was making the...
Thanks James.   I've done #1 like a thousand times and got to where I actually started over extending to p3 and then from there it went right back to dropping. I mean its getting better, but for some reason I always start dropping hard after 3.    As for #2, like I said I was getting slightly better, but still wasn't great. I noticed the other day that inline at setup looked left and cf looked inline. When I focused on swinging towards what is actually inline, it got...
Thanks Dave. I appreciate the information you guys put out there for us. It has really helped me get better at what I do. 
Thats actually what I had been working on. I was getting a lot less steep as a result. Was getting to the point where I needed to adjust my lie angles, but kind of lost that progress after this 10ish days without hitting a ball. One of my weak points for sure. 
Besides the fact that I own the videos, the only point of posting them was to display their hard work and maybe get some conversation going about the changes. I'm very proud of the work my students put in and I think its nice for others to see the results of that work. Also, I think the videos can help others get better. So win-win in my opinion.    And on top of all of that, each person gets a link to their video and can ask me to have it moved to private if they so...
Here's a recent swing... not bad for the fourth swing after taking over a week off. A couple old habits creeping in though.       
Time for another installment. Here's Tyler as promised.    I met Tyler this summer when he was struggling with.... what he was working on. We have made some great progress since that time. I'm really, really proud of this kid. I can't wait to see where he ends up.  As for the changes... they are not hard to pick up on, so I'll let you guys figure it out for the most part. However, I will say that we are working on getting more extension post impact so there isn't...
Yea he paid me. That lesson took well over an hour though.    And for the two posts above the one I quoted, what I suggest is this: If you are working on a mechanical piece then its fine to keep aim constant (ie: alignment sticks, rope on ground, etc). If you are hitting balls to groove your swing or want to work on hitting shots, then go through your routine and try to land on a target. Basically treat it like you are on the course.   I feel like that's the most...
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