What Are You Trying To Do?

Concept. Concept is huge.

I would say that in the vast majority of cases it is the player’s concept of either:

a. What they’re trying to do
b. What is actually happening

that is actually killing them rather than their swing being inherently poor. It is for this reason that we should actively ask within a lesson, “What are you trying to do?”

Some will hang back on their back foot in order to get “under it”. Some will swing to the left to stop the ball slicing to the right. In any case it is the concept that is more often than not doing the damage.

We have to be aware (and at the same time make THEM aware) of what they are trying to do and what is actually happening.

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