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DRILL CENTER: BODY MOTION

DRILL CENTER: BODY MOTION

How your body moves is an important part of the swing. It is also a big speed and control producer if it works correctly. But if it is trained incorrectly it can make it almost impossible to reach your speed and control potential. It can also potentially create patterns that can lead to injury.

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DRILL CENTER: BODY MOTION
  • ASHLEY - PUSH AWAY

    Set up to the ball. Put a band around your hips. Have a friend take hold of the band and apply pressure by trying to pull you into the ball. Make a backswing. Keep the pressure on the band or even add pressure to stretch the band. Move back to set up without letting the band pull you closer to th...

  • BAND PUSH AWAY

    Get in setup position holding on to bands or a pulley system. The goal is to pull the pulleys or bands and create more space with your hips. On the backswing side, you push away from the pulley. Your force goes into the heel of your trail foot and on the inside. Go back to setup or impact, then a...

  • CHANGE OF DIRECTION DRILL

    To learn how to change directions, you first have to understand that there is no top in a swing. It is a constant motion. So as your arms start back, your body starts moving forward. It is the same as throwing or hitting a baseball or tennis ball. The sequences are all the same.

  • FOOTWORK DRILL

    How your feet pressure the ground makes your body move. Start by hitting some balls flat-footed. Let your feet roll in, but your heels can not come off the ground. Let your lead foot roll in on the backswing; then your trail foot rolls in on the downswing and into the follow-through. Blend the tr...