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  1. The PlaneMate is a relatively new training aid that costs about $160. Tour Striker PlaneMate - Tour Striker The Tour Striker PlaneMate is a GAME CHANGER. Order now to make sure you get yours before they’re gone. Essentially, the PlaneMate helps you do a few things: Take the club back without rolling it inside. Get to the top reasonably well on plane. Lay it down a bit from there. Pivot through without throwing the clubhead at the ball. Early returns are good for some, mixed for others. Those with mixed or no results don't seem to understand when they're supposed to resist and when they're supposed to allow the band to "help" them. And, to be honest, some people don't really need the PlaneMate - they might roll it back inside early but then get to the top and/or have a great downswing. That said, having seen a lot of the Member Swings here, this may be a great full-swing training aid for many of you out there… There's a seven-day protocol that you follow when you get your PlaneMate: PlaneMate - Tour Striker Tour Striker PlaneMate 7-Day Protocol The 7-Day Protocol was designed to be completed with the Tour Striker PlaneMate; a series of 7 short videos, one for each day. Follow the Protocol and in 7 days, you’ll have a vastly... Day 1: Building Swing Structure Day 2: One Arm Shots Day 3: Rotation & Relocation Day 4: Finishing Form Day 5: Resist, Resist, Relax & Rotate Day 6: Ground Force Reactions Day 7: PlaneMate Review As a regular golfer, I highly recommend you follow this. If you'd like to get your own PlaneMate, you can do so here: Tour Striker PlaneMate - Tour Striker The Tour Striker PlaneMate is a GAME CHANGER. Order now to make sure you get yours before they’re gone. or https://www.tourstriker.com/product/planemate/?ref=750 * From the site: "The Tour Striker PlaneMate is the first product of its kind that provides the feeling of a professional takeaway and transition. By adopting the sense of resisting the tension band early in the backswing you’ll train your body to take the club back properly. Then, by relaxing your arms and wrists when the tension starts to build, the club will shallow onto a powerful plane inspiring a body rotation for an inside out strike. With the PlaneMate, simply Resist, Relax, and Rotate your way to the most satisfying ball striking of your life. The PlaneMate comes with interchangeable resistance bands to give you the right level of resistance for your current swing and your future goals. The PlaneMate is reversible for Right and Left-Handed Golfers. Standard Green Pitch-Motion Band — Moderate resistance designed for less than full swings. Great for developing discipline and skill in your takeaway and follow through. Standard Green Full Swing Band — Moderate resistance designed for full swings. The resistance band builds muscle and muscle memory faster to help you develop a long smooth backswing that shallows coming into contact. Pro Red Full Swing Band — Intense resistance designed for avid and professional golfers who are looking for that next level of resistance and development." If you buy a PlaneMate through the link now through October 2019, I'll extend your Supporter Membership by three months, or offer you a coupon code for 33% off a new Supporter membership if you're not currently a Supporter. * This is an affiliate link, and I'll make a few bucks if you purchase through this link. I think I have a well-established reputation of not just posting affiliate links all over the place in an attempt to chase down every last dollar. When I post a link to a product, which is rare, it's one I believe can help.
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