Golfers have always had a desire to learn how to swing a club more effectively. That desire led many to study the science behind making a swing. For years golf instructors and golf enthusiasts have enlisted engineers, college professors, scientists, psychologists, and most recently biomechanists to explore the game of golf.
"You would think the smartest men on the planet could tell us how to swing a golf club effectively, but you would be wrong. There remain today many philosophies of how to improve golfers."
Twenty years ago, we stated that our goal is to train our students to use the right muscles and to use them in the correct sequence. One of our taglines was "from the ground up, from the inside to the outside, and from the large muscles to the small." With the advent of 3D imaging and biomechanics experts, we are starting to hear about kinetic sequencing. Kinetic sequencing will help the golf world understand that there is a most efficient way to swing a golf club and that timing is something that should be eliminated from your golf swing. The perfect sequence should be the goal.
Boxers, Karate experts, and baseball pitchers all know that power comes from your connection to the ground and requires a transfer of energy through the body to the target. Why would golf be any different? Our circuit has been developed to help you swing with a perfect kinetic sequence. The great thing about our program? It's easy. You'll find when you learn to swing with the kinetic sequence you can swing with balance in an efficient and powerful manner.
For years, golf instructors have taught their students the same old fundamentals for swinging.
Students are then left with their own interpretation of how to move the club in order to get a small ball airborne from the ground. Most often, they use the wrong muscles in the wrong sequence producing disastrous results!
At The Swing Factory, we believe teaching the fundamentals of human motion should occur before introducing grip, stance, posture, and aim. We developed a simple circuit to train students how to use the right muscles in the right sequence for an efficient swing and positive results.
Just like Miyagi (Movie - Karate Kid, 1984) used sanding decks, painting fences, and waxing cars to train his student Daniel the proper motion for Karate, we use medicine balls, beach balls, rubber bands, and tee-ball to train initially without ball or club. The results speak for themselves. Our students have fluid, efficient and powerful swings!