No he didn't... Every swing needs compensatory moves, why is mine so awful? I said that going from steep inside the ball to shallow outside the ball has the same recovery motion needed. Nobody is perfectly pointing at the ball the entire time...
I have yet to hear why going from shallow to slightly steeper is so bad... Especially now that another Evolvr coach has stated my friends swing is right on and prescribed no changes at the time... He literally has the same angles as me for both A3 to A5 so obviously its ok to go from shallow to steep on the downswing.
Dude, he like, literally, answered some of the questions you're asking in this post in the post you quoted.
You are right about one thing, though. If you're already working with an instructor, you shouldn't be muddying the waters with advice from other sources. In fact, Erik and Mike make points to not offer advice when they know that, so you should have just mentioned that from the start.
I have a friend who is also on Evolvr and got feedback today from his coach that his swing is looking great and has no changes at this time.
I looked at his swing. He goes from really shallow at A3 and then slightly steeper at a5. Why is that ok for him and not for me? Seems a little hypocritical, eh?
Still a shot for the top 3 players in the world to all have won the last tournament they played at the same moment in time, which I don't believe has ever happened in the history of the game. #pgatourhasneverbeenbetter
Ok, that hash tag was a little douchy, but c'mon, this shit is good.