27 Jan '14, 5pm

Dave suggested 4 to start with. They're on the lower right side of the page @MyTPI suggeste…

Dave suggested 4 to start with. They're on the lower right side of the page @MyTPI suggeste…

The gluteus maximus was shown to be responsible for hip external and internal rotation on the backswing and downswing as well as hip extension which is what gets you into a nice balanced posture during your finish. The pectoralis and latissimus were shown to create strong shoulder adductors which allows you to bring your arms across your body and raise them up in the air. The core which I consider the glue that holds the swing together transmits force from the lower body into the upper body and helps you rotate your torso, last but not least the forearms transmit all of the force created by the body into the club.

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