Lesson on 12-8-19
I came into the previous lesson about a month ago with a ton of forward shaft lean at impact. You can see what we tried in the previous posts. But I struggled with it/ didn’t do the unhinging right/ caused worse problems. So we went back to bowing the wrist and staying deep at P5.
I worked on this a ton last year, so this shouldn’t be a problem. This is also how I like to swing. It’s not everyday the coach tells you to to swing how you want. I’ll take it!
But as soon as I started doing this...all the forward shaft lean came back. Still this is more important, so I must do this first.
Moving on to the fun part, fixing shaft lean.
Basically I must explode up with my lead side: leg, hip, shoulder
My lead shoulder wants to go too far forward and around, it must go up. It feels like it starts going up right after I bow my wrist in transition.
For what it’s worth, it doesn’t feel like I’m leaning back at all through impact, just up.
Okay yeah I see what you are saying and yes I do have problems with a consistent low point. Or consistent anything lol. I also like the stuff by George Gankas and I try to follow the armpits, knee caps, ball of feet setup position.
Anyways I hate how the straight leg looks so I am going to toy around with trying to keep it flexed. I'll also see how it affects my low point consistency.
Thanks for checking it out again!