Difference between FEEL and REAL
When making swing changes, one of the hardest parts is getting comfortable with the new motion. It often feels exaggerated and unnatural – this is the difference between what you “feel” and what is “real”.
That is why we designed Hackmotion biofeedback mode – it provides a sound signal when you are in your selected wrist angle range, providing objective feedback and data.
Learn how to use Biofeedback
Take a look at the video above in which PGA coach Alistair Davies (UK Top 25 Coach) demonstrates Hackmotion sensor’s biofeedback. Alistair shows you 2 different feedback modes that you can use:
- Immediate audio feedback: real-time audio feedback when you get into your desired wrist angle range. Best suited for position training and slow rehearsals.
- After-shot audio feedback: audio feedback after you take a swing. Best suited for reinforcing the new swing feel through repetition. If you are in the correct wrist angle range, you get one type of sound (positive “ping” sound). If you are out of that range, you get a different sound (negative “buzzer” sound).
When making a change, it is super important to track progress to know when your swing is improving and getting closer to the final goal. With HackMotion sensor, this is easy because you get immediate data as well.
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