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One Piece Takeaway In Your Golf Swing - Part 2
"Understand how your posture affects your swing mechanics."
The One-Piece Takeaway Movement
An often used instruction to start the takeaway is to initiate the movement with your left arm and left side. Little thought is given to your right side.
Your right side has to move backwards, out of the way, for your left side to
arc comfortably down and under your chin.
Correctly pulling your right shoulder area back to your right heel will comfortably draw your left shoulder under your chin without any difficult pushing activity.
So, how do you pull your right side backwards as indicated above?
First, a practice exercise:
Did you notice what muscle carried out this movement? No! OK, repeat the movement following the above instructions. As soon as you begin the movement try to identify what muscle is pulling your shoulder and armpit area backwards.
Still can't quite figure out which muscle it is?
It is the part of your large back muscle where it passes over your right
kidney area. At least you will feel more tension at this spot of your back
In my lessons, I use an arbitrary number like one twentieth of its power. This is the only conscious movement you need to do the "one piece takeaway".
In the pictures and videos on my website you can see how my upper body responds to the one movement described above.
This turn in posture must feel comfortable. You should not feel any pinching and stretching in your sides or backbone areas.
You can do this. But, you will have to practice more often.
If you can learn to do the biggest part of your takeaway with one movement
you make it easier to have a good golf swing with less practice.
One Piece Takeaway - The one piece takeaway movement - How to do your backswing in one continuous motion for peak impact force - Concept of retaining natural movement in your golf swing.
Perfect Posture - Understand how your posture affects your swing mechanics - Quick tips for improving your swing by improving your posture - Knees, back, and shoulders.
Biomechanics Part 1 - How to make a perfect golf swing every time - Improve your golf swing with these tips on using the proper grip and posture when addressing the ball.
Biomechanics Part 2 - How to improve your golf score with the correct club components when addressing the ball - Correct ball position means the club shaft should lean forward at impact.
Biomechanics Part 3 - Aim and alignment tips - For the best swing, set the clubface square or perpendicular to the target line first - Then set your feet, knees, hips, and shoulders parallel to the target line.
Biomechanics Part 4 - How to determine the length of arc on your backswing that's best for you - Which pre-shot factors to consider before every shot - Visualizing the shot and ball flight.
Biomechanics Part 5 - In depth analysis of the biomechanics of the golf swing - How to improve your backstroke - How to address the ball correctly every time.
Three Golf Swing Secrets - The three most
important parts of the golf swing - Discover three secrets that will make you a
better golfer - Flat left wrist, straight plane line, and lagging clubhead.
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