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Building Foot To Ground Awareness
The foot is a complex structure who's function is key for interacting with the ground.
Sway Analysis - Pros Vs Ams
The sway pattern is any amount of lateral movement, in the backswing, away from the target.
Right Hip Into Left Pocket - Backswing Visual
A simple way to feel the path of the right hip during the backswing.
Right Hip Closed - Backswing Sway Training
This is a great visual for the movement of the right hip in the backswing if you were to make a move without swaying.
The swing pattern characterized by shifting the pelvis away from the target in the back swing.
Turn And Grab - Centered Pivot Drill
An at home drill for practicing a one piece takeaway.
Wedge Under The Trail Foot
Use a wedge under the INSIDE of the trail foot to feel what it's like to keep pressure on the inside of the foot.
Band Resisted Backswing Sway
A resisted drill to activate the muscles that help you make a backswing without swaying.
Loading The Glute In The Backswing
Learn how to use the most powerful muscles in your body
Upper Body Awareness With A Pool Noodle
Use a simple visual station to train your upper body awareness.
Where is your sternum pointing?
Help train your pivot with a couple alignment sticks
Side Bend First
A simple and effective drill for fixing a flat shoulder plane or loss of posture.
Dropping Your Head - Backswing
Understand the common causes & fixes for dropping in the backswing.
Hula Hoop Pivot Training
Use a hula hoop to build a powerful and centered pivot.
Torso Burner For Hip Rotation
A great drill for engaging the ground and improving lower body mechanics.
Shaft Resisted Rotation Training
A drill to improve the rotational aspects of your backswing & downswing.
Airplane Lunge - Feel The Trail Glute
An advanced exercise for feeling the proper lower-body load in the back-swing & transition.
Four Ball Rhythm Drill
A great "challenge" drill to improve rhythm and manage tension.
Windmill Drill - Body Pivot
An effective full-body pivot drill that can be performed at home or on the range.
Training Your Low Point Line
Use a vertical reference to improve low point control & consistency through increased awareness/feedback.