Swing Comparison – Limited Mobility Front View

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Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

8 Responses to “Swing Comparison – Limited Mobility Front View”

  1. February 1, 2016

    IanCaroline

    Hi Paul

    Yes I am very amazed and inspired . Having become a little despondent ( particularly after watching your comparison to Eric) the batteries are now fully charged .

    Your comparison series is outstanding .

    • February 1, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Ian,

      Glad you like them and glad yo are inspired. You really can do it. Just take the arms out and start using your body to hit the ball. This is how we are doing it.

  2. February 1, 2016

    TedBlaikie

    Hi Paul, how do you reconcile this athlete’s amazing performance with your repeated advise to hit the ball with your legs and hips? His performance suggests the power in the swing is coming from the upper body.

    • February 1, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Ted,

      Your legs and hips turn your body. I have said this for years. You don’t have to use them. You WANT to use them because they can turn your body even faster. If you could hit it just as far without using them all long drivers would hit it off their knees.

      Watch:

      What Powers Your Swing (legs/arms): http://ignitiongolf.com/power-golf-swing/

  3. I have the same question. How is he using his legs and jips to power the ball when he is paralyzed from the neck down. I suspect he is using his arms to power the ball (maybe his shoulders) but that the tension in his arms is very limited, maybe a one on a scale of 1 to 10. If that is the case how can he use his arms and still maintain a tension level of 1? If that is not the case, how is he powering his ball?

    • February 4, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Clark,

      Your legs and hips turn your body faster. Sure, you don’t have to use them. You WANT to use them because even if they can turn your body faster than not using them you will hit the ball longer. If this was not the case every long driver in the world would not move their legs at all. In a good players swing the body doesn’t even rotate at 2.5 mph. If don’t use your legs and you can turn at 2pmh but then you use your legs and you can turn at 2.5 that is a huge increase. Connected to your body is your arm unit with a loose hinge. So although you are turning .5 mph faster your club would swing way faster.

      Watch:
      What Powers Your Swing (legs/arms): http://ignitiongolf.com/power-golf-swing/

      As a better player, I can use my arms too. I did until 1999. The result I hit the ball everywhere. The day I stopped trying to hit the ball with my arms was the day I kept it in play and hit it with effortless power.

  4. February 6, 2016

    John Valentino

    this is an amazing and inspiring video. If this gentleman can hit a ball 280 yards with limited mobility, what excuse do I have for hitting the ball only 220 yards? None! My thanks to this gentleman for being on the video. I am committed to improving my swing a little more each day.

    • February 7, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      John,

      You have no excuse especially when I can do nothing and hit it that far. Loose wrists and turn your body faster. Just do it at home. Every night hinge and re-hing the club. Every day do my favorite drill holding the club at knee high making it sound faster and faster. You an do it.

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