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    Posted: 08 January 2011 at 4:38pm
All the single plane teaching i've seen, read, and had instuction on have said that at the top of the swing the left arm(right handers) and shoulders should be on the same plane. At the top of chucks swing his left arm is above his shoulder plane looking more like a two plane swing top position. could someone please explain, bit confused. thanks
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The Rotary Swing Tour RST is not a oneplane swing. If one were to define it by those terms itwould be a two plane swing. I would like to point out that the RST system is much more thought through. Every aspect of the swing is covered on the page and everything is thoroughly explained unlike anywhere else.

In this forum there are threads about both of these swing theories so you can read about them if you are interested.

If you choose to go down the road of RST you will never regret it, it is a swing for a lifetime and you will be able to learn it though the system Chuck has built on his website. But first of all go by the book "The Talent Code" it will change the way you practice.
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Coady:  Go to the videos and in Phase 1 you will see an explanation of the difference between RS and RST.  I think that will answer your question here.
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Oh, what you are talking is what I want to know.
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