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Learning how to integrate how your hands and arms work, with how your body moves. This is a step-by-step process. If you follow the process then having them work together is fairly easy to develop. If you do not train them in the correct sequence you can dramatically increase the compensation necessary to hit the ball consistently.
If you want maximum downward force in your swing, you want your Lats to extend. Throwing a medicine ball hard down into the ground works the hip flexors and Lats. Make a backswing so your arms go up. Your Lats can extend and then come down and contract to create more speed.
This Ask Mike is in response to a question from Marc (Wales, UK). Knowing where and how to transfer force into the ground will keep you safe as your ball flight increases.
To view the original video, view this link: https://www.malaskagolf.com/videos/ask-mike-body-motion-twist-into-the-ground
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2020.08 | 04. RE: Should I Straighten My Left Arm In My Backswing - 20200222 // Swinging without tension is a skill you can learn and develop. Here is a simple way to feel how to develop it.
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2021.25 | 01. RE: Avoid Hitting Down In Bunkers - 20210625 // Learn to move your arms independent from your torso. One of the easiest ways to do this is to drop your arms. Let's have a look.
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2021.03 | 01. RE: How Should My Hips Be Working - 20210122 // Pumping your legs on a swingset teaches you about the timing of acceleration in your swing. When you come down into the ball, make sure your acceleration looks like this.
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2021.02 | 05. RE: How Do I Get My Wrist Working Correctly - 20210115 // Practicing opposites can really benefit your golf swing. Learn how to get away from pull hooking and start hitting the ball straight.
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on SP | FOOT ACTION | 01. Foot Action - Step 1 // It is a misnomer to say that the club rotates because the wrist does. What really happens is that the shoulder rotation drives the forearm.