By Adam Young

We are often told that there is a perfect swing, or that every individual has an optimal model. But with individual variations of…

  • Height
  • Weight
  • Limb length
  • Point specific strength
  • Power production profile
  • Flexibility profile
  • Previous sporting experiences
  • Previous life experiences
  • Ligament/tendon attachments
  • Injuries/limitations
  • Genetic motor patterns

…and a million other elements, it is ludicrous to think we can work out what the optimal will be for each player. There will always be individual differences between players, because of the stated elements above, and our human body has much greater chance of working out what is optimum for us than we ever consciously can.

SELF-ORGANIZATION

Luckily, our human bodies were blessed with the ability to self-organize.

What does this mean?

Take a person with a physical limitation…

Read the rest of what Adam has to say about the Experiment for Better Golf in the November 2017 Monthly Handicap Improver here:
http://www.swingmangolf.com/register.php

Back to Blog

Ask Jaacob A Question Or Leave A Comment!

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

How to increase golf swing Speed Golf Swing Speed Pro Pablo Martin

"Jaacob's work is great. It's pretty straight forward. There are no magical tricks and it doesn't mess with your golf swing. If you follow his advices, you will drive it further."

Pablo Martin, 3-Time European Tour Winner, Increased Max Swing Speed from 119 mph to 128 mph

-

Swing Man Golf Premier Member Gary S

"Working with Jaacob's swing speed training programs I increased my speed by 12 miles per hour in one month. The game is a lot more fun with the driving distances I'm hitting them. Now I'm reaching greens in two more often. Swing speed training really works."

Gary S, Premier Member

-

Premier Member increased Golf Swing Speed to 130 Mph

"When I first started the swing speed training I was very skeptical it would do anything for me because I was already swinging at speeds close to 130 mph. But I wanted to get to the next level and be able to compete in Long Drive Events. So I gave it a try. I gained 13 mph in just one month of the basic swing speed training."

24 Years Old, Premier Member

-