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Discussion: Lowering on Rear Leg during Stride & Coil, Key to Developing Power /Exit Speed SM158

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Jan. 28, 2021
Men's 65
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Lowering on Rear Leg during Stride & Coil, Key to Developing Power /Exit Speed SM158
Complex stride and connection broken down into 4 drillable parts that become one smooth seamless motion. Lower, as you wind hips and bring hands back. sm158
Jan. 29, 2021
Men's 60
228 posts
Love your videos Bogie. Keep them coming.
Jan. 29, 2021
Men's 50
57 posts
I use to put very little leg drive into my swing, which wasn’t good for power or my back, then I learned to raise my front leg back, load my rear leg, and driving through the ball. Huge difference getting more mass through the zone on my swings.
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