Here is a simple way to start optimizing wrist motion with HackMotion and improve your club face control.
Step 1 - Baseline
- Take 10 swings with HackMotion.
- Start by analyzing your extension/flexion graph pattern of your good swings and bad swings.
- Are you having repeatable and stable flexion/extension every time?
Step 2 - Biofeedback
- Use biofeedback and select the range you want your wrist angles to be in. Biofeedback provides audio signal when wrists are in the correct position. Read more about biofeedback here.
- Make slow rehearsals to get a feel for the correct motion.
- Square the clubface early to the target, so you don’t have to do it late in the downswing. Read more about it here.
Step 3 - Develop Consistency
- Compare the swing against your own best swings and tour player examples. If you are using HackMotion Full System, make the comparison in benchmarking mode.
- Change to a more stable flexion/extension pattern at the top and transition, similar to tour players.
Read more about wrist data here.
Step 4 - Practice Regularly
- Use HackMotion sensor to monitor the progress.
- Compare your bad swings vs good swings and learn what you do differently at the wrist level.
- Clubface is king when it comes to consistency, so make clubface control key to your game.
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- HackMotion sensor is used by world’s leading coaches – Phil Kenyon, Allen Terrell, Scott Cowx, Mark Blackburn, David Orr, Brian Manzella, Mike Schy and many others. Join the rank of the most the educated coaches.
- PGA Tour winners Dustin Johnson, Bryson Dechambeau, Brad Faxon and European Tour winners Thorbjorn Olesen, Lucas Bjerregaard and many others have used it to measure and optimize their wrist motion.
- Access tour player data and compare your data against it. Find out your release pattern and optimize your performance.
- Audio feedback helps to fix common swing faults – too much wrist cupping (extension) in full swing causing open club face and inconsistent wrist angles in your putting stroke.