2/28 - only slept for 2 hours, woke up and couldn't go back to sleep so I got into the gym a little earlier than normal.
In addition to my kettle bell swings and regularly workout exercises, one of my usual shoulder stretches is on this apparatus. I have a really hard maintaining a straight left arm when coming higher than 9-9:30 due to anterior impingement (lack of joint space) and posterior capsule tightness, but with the recent osteophyte takedown and capsular release, I'm hoping I will gain some ability to flex higher than 90-95* on my backswing while maintaining a straight left elbow.
Passively, with setting my arm on the apparatus, then putting downward pressure on it with my body, I can get it...but I struggle achieving that during the golf swing. It's a work in progress.
Since my one missed day last month was excused, this makes 8 straight months of completing the 5 min challenge.
naw, just a little curious also. Right now, all I have is a Garmin GPS Watch. It will give me distances to pins, lay ups, hazards, and also shot distance. It also maintains running score which can be uploaded to a computer to compare scores with others, maintain record e.t.c. Swing and ball speed would be nice to know, but not a necessity.
I'd look at lowering the eyes at address. Your chin is up and you're not looking at the ball with your central vision. I feel your head moves down and towards the ball on the backswing to compensate.
You also keep your lower body very "stable" and it's going to restrict your pivot. Having yourself on the rig/matt might be making it worse so next time try to film a swing on more solid ground.
Compare the head/eyes to these guys.
I just saw this article on Huff Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/58b0b765e4b0658fc20f951d. A tracking system, made by GolfPad, and apparently it's doing well on Kicsktarter. Looks like an improved version of Game Golf. Did anyone sign up? Looks tempting but I'm trying to decide if it's worth getting now with a discount or waiting till they start shipping.