Tag: neuroscience

Mobilize Vertically: Wedges First

Over the past two years I have been writing a project which I hope will come to fruition within the next few months. Part of my task was to describe what I see happening in the golf swing. Those of you

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New BodiTrak Vector

The new improved BodiTrak Vector is now available for training. The new feature is the ability to measure vertical force; a direct relation to club head speed and distance. Data from the first days use is very interesting, but one

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What would a good shot look like?

Back in the last century I was fortunate to practice Tai Chi with Dr. Wen Zee, who was one of the most renowned masters in the world. So while living in Poland a few years back it pleased me to find

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Clinic with First Tee Tucson Using BLAST for Tempo

We documented data from 73 junior golfers from the Tucson First Tee program. A good resonant ratio of 2.0:1 is excellent. The kids averaged 1.9:1! Great work!  

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Swing Focus and Brain Speed

  One of the good things that happened to my teaching acumen after studying with Phil Kenyon in 2010 and 2012 was I got hooked on study and research. That mind-set was directly responsible for my goal to attain PGA

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