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As with most sports, the key to producing power in your golf swing roots in your ability to harness the energy found in your lower body. Utilizing the muscle groups in the legs and hips will generate expansive power in your swing, allowing even the smallest golfers in the world to smash shots like 200 pound beasts.
Many of the players featured in George Gankas golf videos are not huge muscular men, but under the direction of the GG Swing Method, these goflers have been able to harness the force in their lower bodies to produce tour caliber shots, with many now joining the ranks of many professional tours.
As understood through the hours of recorded George Gankas golf lessons, power lives in the lower body for every player who has ever picked up a golf club.
One of the easiest ways to begin tapping into this power reserve happens as we shift our pelvic muscles. While addressing the ball, players must ensure that the upper portion of their spines bends away from their desired target. This movement allows their lead shoulder to raise up and distributes over half of the player’s body weight to their rear foot.
As the player brings their club back, they will immediately feel their body weight distribute to their trail leg as well. This movement will assist in setting up the needed pelvic movement to harness more force at impact. During the backswing to downswing transition, thrust your pelvis forward towards the target, which will allow for the lead hip to clear the ti of the front foot.
With nearly all motion existing in the lower body muscle groups, if your core does slip ahead of the target, impact with the ball will be diminished, resulting in a reduction in overall power rather than the expansion we’re seeking.
While shifting your pelvis through your swing, you’ll begin to feel your club shallow out nearly automatically. Now, sweeping the ball off of the tee, more distance will be achieved because of the upward striking experienced during impact. Keep an eye on your grip while working through this drill as tends to shift too close towards the target if you allow it.
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