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The power move

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Brady Riggs from golf.com did a video on the power move, particularly made popular by Tiger Woods.

But i like how he goes into showing that you load up the left leg, then holding that force until its transfered through the kenetic chain into the clubhead before impact.

I am not sure if the belt buckle area is a key indicator of this power move or not, to me its a timing thing, holding that flexion in the left knee until the optimal moment then explode upward.


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