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What kind of problems biomechanically speaking, does not completing a full shoulder turn lead to?

I ask this because it seems when I am swinging well, my 'back is pointing to the target' and when I am swinging poorly I am not completing the shoulder turn. It leads to all sorts of problems for me such as low hooks, thinning the ball and pushes.

Hopefully, in future I just need to have the one swing thought and not worry about anything else lol.
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It causes bad and underpowered shots due to poor sequencing vas less turn. No need to get into the biomechanics.
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What kind of problems biomechanically speaking, does not completing a full shoulder turn lead to?

I ask this because it seems when I am swinging well, my 'back is pointing to the target' and when I am swinging poorly I am not completing the shoulder turn. It leads to all sorts of problems for me such as low hooks, thinning the ball and pushes.

Hopefully, in future I just need to have the one swing thought and not worry about anything else lol.

 

Check this out, put in the pieces to help you complete your turn more often.

 

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