Yep. Some of you smart and witty guys get invited. Guys like me gotta pony up.
Great, I just became more proficient at wasting my day on TST. That's a mixed blessing
Pursuing a great amount of lag is what a lot of golfers do believing such to be a universal head speed bedrock.
The opposite train of thought is, to use the late Mike Austin's words, "to work with gravity."
Some players naturally work with gravity whilst others naturally rely on massive lag / a very fast wrist action.
Both techniques unarguably create hitting distance and I suggest that the best technique is the one which essentially comes natural to each player.
I agree with an earlier contributor, namely that to pursue more lag is a questionable exercise.
It's fine to pursue whatever one wishes, but perhaps important to realise that there are other ways to go which may achieve the same or a better result and more in harmony with each player's natural swing.
I tried to 'manufacture' lag for years but without success. Recently I have followed the advice of taking the club back with my left arm only while at the same time setting my wrists in a cocked position early in the backswing. It has improved everything. Finally I hit the ball farther with my irons with a better ball fight and more control. In the backswing I now have time to think about putting my right elbow into my side on the downswing whereas before everything was rushed and off balance trying to 'create' this lag thing.
Let me add that at 5' 4" and 135 lbs I need to use my hands in order to get the clubhead moving. It was suggested to me that being of slight stature it would benefit me to cock my wrists early in my backswing. After a a year or two of practicing and trying to wrap my head around this idea the work is finally paying off. I finally understand this idea of the sequence of movement in the Five Lessons.