Learn How To Coil In The Backswing

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6 Comments


  1. FrancisKuntz, 1 year ago

    the video is not loading


  2. mikeplummer, 1 year ago

    Hi Paul,
    So true that review is very important! It made me realize that when I don’t feel the torque, that I have to manufacture speed by swinging my arms which really slows it all down. I intend to return to the helicopter drill until the torque feeling is in-grained in my swing. Truly great idea on your part for Fri review.
    Thanks, Mike

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Mike, I have a ton of content on this site that needs to be watched so I think 1 day a week we go over a previous tip. I think it makes sense. I think you get it too. There is a lot to remember.


  3. richmosney, 1 year ago

    hey paul,,,i will guess that i am the only student you have that cannot do the helicopter drill.i have been a weightlifter/bodybuilder for so long now (45 YRS),that i do not have the flexibility to simply put the clubshaft in back of my neck…so other than trying to circularly turn my left shoulder until i feel that tension in my left ribcage….anything else????

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Rich,

      If you can’t do the helicopter drill as I show then put the club across your chest with crossed arms. This way it will indicate the shoulder rotation as well although you won’t get quite the same rotation.


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