I've been trying to drive less, using the bike for errands instead of the car whenever I can, composting, buying less stuff, not using plastic bags, plastic in general, but it seems like a drop in the bucket when I see for example some massive SUV idling doing nothing for 20 minutes just waiting for someone.
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You don't say and I should probably know and it's tough to see from face on but, when you're doing the backswing part of the drill and bumping the wall, how much flex have you lost in the trail leg before you start the shift to the lead leg? 1/2 - 1/4 of the flex at address? More, less?
When I got back into golf and started getting serious about the game 4-5 years ago I remember seeing a grainy, low production value video (looked like VHS tape quality) of some guy explaining this concept. At the time, it was really mind boggling for what seems like such a simple thing.
One thing that my instructor constantly reminds me about is to not "fake" my turn by moving hands/arms. I'm pretty sure this comes up once a lesson at least. I should probably bookmark this page and mimic th