Reply To: outside In Driver

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RossRoss
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Ross Sep 11, 2020
If you start the backswing, moving the arms/club using the shoulders only (shoulders get ahead start while lower body resists), you’ll windup the backswing from Top Down. This takes the “slack” out of your back Muscles (like winding a rubber band). Then on the downswing, the hips can’t race ahead. because everything is connected. Also, if you are lifting the arms on the backswing, there will be tension at the top of the backswing, restricting the arms from coming back down, as the body starts the downswing, due to momentum of the lift. The arms/club must feel totally submissive to the shoulders/body control, for them to be moved by Large Muscles. It is like you’re slinging the arms/club “template”.