Still it wont change that the weight will be on the trailing side before impact and and on the leading side after impact.
Scales don't lie, pictures don't lie, all of the evidence is out there proving you wrong.
if you dont understand a weight shift and how the transfer of weight is made in an athletic motion then I guess your not teaching athletic stuff. Nothing wrong with it but who wants to be a short hitter in golf?
Really what athletic motion are you talking about that is similar to golf?
Lets look at some baseball swings, its should be similar right,
If you look at the baseball swing, they all have a slight weight shift before they start there swing, but AS THEY SWING THE BAT, there weight is centered, they are rotating around there body, there heads are staying still. There is not constant weight shift into the baseball. Some players actually hit the ball falling away, look at David Ortiz, looks like he's going to fall down sometimes. But he has insane hand eye coordination. Albert Pujols, probably the greatest hitter of our generation, takes a slight leg raise, plants it down nearly in the same spot, clears his hips and fires the bat through the zone. He does not constantly shift his weight forward, he keeps his head still and maintains a centralized pivot.
To say that what is said here is unatheltic is just false.