Friday, September 21, 2012

THROWING A BASEBALL AND STRIKING A GOLF BALL


We throw a baseball with our arm and shoulder and back and legs and feet. We strike a golf ball with our arms and shoulder and back and legs and feet. But there’s a huge difference. The LEVERING ACTION when we throw is toward the target. The levering action when we strike a golf ball is sideways. This is why when we move weight to one side and then have to move back over the golf ball - we see people struggle. It’s not natural. Throwing is pretty natural. With the MONGOOSE GOLF SWING I’ve invented a way to make the levering action more natural. Instead of moving AWAY from the ball - you move slightly forward. Slightly forward means slightly forward. This move is not to be over-exaggerated. But as we move slightly forward (our weight is moved to the inside of our left-leg if right-handed) we can then easily lift the club into position - which sets us up to apply a lot of force to the golf ball by freeing up our right side (mainly the right hip) so we can more easily lever our whole body into the ball. We learn to strike the ball with our whole right side - like a door shutting. If we have moved our body to the right and don’t get back over the ball BEFORE applying power to the ball - it feels like throwing a baseball while sitting in a chair. 

To stop hitting at the ball and instead striking down on the back of it - pick up my 33 Min of ARRRR!! video Tutorial. To purchase - all you need do is click on the BUY NOW button in the right column. PayPal. You don’t need an account. Once you’re on their page - about half way down on the right you’ll see DON’T HAVE A PAYPAL ACCOUNT. Click on that. Do the credit card thing. And you get your hands on my DVD Tutorial. You’ll love it. Have a great fall season.

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