Have you asked the question “WHY” the body movement sometimes has a wrong pattern during the golf swing?
Richard Woodhouse shares his experience identifying the synergy of player’s wrist and body movement and how it affects clubface control.
Watch the video from the lesson (2 min):
Using HackMotion Richard was able to identify:
- The player moved the lead wrist into a hard radial/extension pattern in transition. It caused the face to open and the shaft became very steep.
- As a reaction, the player extended the pelvis in an attempt to realign the clubs mass into a position where he can match up at impact.
With the measurements and biofeedback of HackMotion wrist sensor they developed a movement in transition where the player’s lead wrist moves toward Flexion and Ulnar deviation.
This sends the clubs mass upwards and behind creating the incentive for the body to rotate vs thrust throughout downswing movement.
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