In this video we will test your Power Turn on video and see if you are hitting the checkpoints. For level two I give you several checkpoints to be sure to hit. Keep up the hard work on the reps!
What's Covered: Building from level 1, this extends from pausing to making full smooth rotations, noticing the positions of the shoulders and the hips throughout.
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Instructors Featured: Clay Ballard
Video Duration: 7:51
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Hi guys, so welcome to the Level 2 test for our power turn. We’re going to get a powerful turn going back and coming through.
We’re going to do enough reps to where we really engrain this, and just like we talked about in Level 1, you can do a few reps and you’re going to be feeling better. You’re going to play better that day, and maybe better that week, but if we don’t do enough reps eventually it’s going to come back in.
Two weeks, three weeks, a month from now, we’re going to start to get shorter and shorter turn, and we’re going to lose some distance.
So we’re going to combine Level 1 with Level 2. So in Level 1 what we did, we did a pausing drill where we turned back, our hips got at least 45° turn, our shoulders got at least 90° turn.
As we came through our belt buckle’s facing down the fairway, and our shoulders are facing to the rough a little bit.
We’re going to do one of those where we pause with the club across our shoulders, back, pause, and we come on through.
Then we’re going to do a practice swing, full practice swing, back and through. Then finally, we’re going to hit a ball out at the driving range, focusing on the same thing.
So I’m going to get that same feeling with my shoulders and my hips. There you go, got nice and rotated back and through.
Now that I’ve done that, that’s three reps. In total, we’re going to do 3,000 total reps. So it will be 1,000 of each of the entire process. So one pausing, one full practice swing, and then one hitting a shot, that’s three reps we’re going to get all the way to 3,000.
By the end of this you’re going to be feeling pretty dag gone good with your power turn, you’re going to be hitting the ball pretty hard.
Good luck to you guys, do the reps, work hard. You can do these over a series of days, it’s going to take a little while to get these in. Don’t feel like you’ve got to get them all in one week.
Work hard, I’ll see you guys soon.