Develop squat thrust
Strong hitters create massive downswing thrust by working their legs and feet against the resistance of the ground to start the downswing. We see this as a squatting motion. To help you develop your own power squat, think ‘knees to target’. From the top o
1 Lateral bend
It helps you create the spine lean we spoke about in Principle #1, the upper body reacting to those driving knees by leaning back with the lead shoulder rising upward.
2 Better path
It helps flight the typical out-to-in attack path of the club golfer – usually resulting in a weak slice – by dropping the hands and arms in behind your rotating core.
3 Better sequencing
It helps your lower body to lead the downswing – the key component of the ground-up movement sequence that allows the body to build force.