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On a full swing, the sheer de­sire to cre­ate power tends to mean we nat­u­rally re­cruit both arms and body dur­ing the swing. But on part-shots like pitches, this is not al­ways the case. Typ­i­cally the hands and arms dom­i­nate a dor­mant core, an un­de­sir­able sit­u­a­tion that cre­ates ex­ces­sive roll and ro­ta­tion in the club­face and in­con­sis­tent strik­ing. To wres­tle back con­trol of the club, we need to wake that up­per body up and sync it with the arm­swing. A foam noo­dle, used in swim­ming and cheaply avail­able, makes an ideal train­ing aid.

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