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    Posted: 29 December 2009 at 1:43pm
I had the pleasure of working with mship yesterday here in Orlando, Fl.  mship is dedicated to learning the RST fundamentals and showed superb desire and determination to improve.  He displayed true discipline, understanding that progress is NOT made by banging 3 buckets of balls in an hour, but moving slowly enough for the brain to start to build the neural pathways necessary to create a new motor movement pattern.  Remember, the brain cannot learn at 100 mph.  mship was lacking Shoulder Elevation, as he tended to turn his shoulders almost 70 degrees before he even started to elevate.  The club as a result worked too deep and around him in his backswing, as is demonstrated on the left frame below.  Remember, Move 2 begins after the shoulders have turned 45 degrees.  Let's look at the before and after. 



Great work mship!  A trip to Orlando was just what the doctor ordered   
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Good job Mike!

I'm looking forward to resuming our epic battles when the weather finally breaks. 
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Great work Miship...hope to see a vid of your new backswing
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That's a radical change Mike and Al, great work guys!
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the photo on the left looks all too familiar. i think the should elevation video is one of the best out there for fixing a shallow/flat backswing. swing looks good.
 
were you chunking the ball at all with the added steepness to your swing mship? i did?
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Greg...I won't be playing too much in the off season. As I discussed with Al in a perfect world we would ingrain the movement and not play. I have learned how to get to the top and how to transition. I don't think that the elevation will take too long to get (hopefully) but getting back to the left...that is going to take some time. I am going to spend most of the next couple of months just straight up slow motion drills. This will hopefully payoff in the spring.
 
I have to say guys that if you can...get down to Floriday to see Al. There is just soooo much more you can do in person. As we went through the lesson we discussed several "feelings" that I had correctly felt trying to do this stuff on my own only to dismiss it b/c I was not sure and went down another path. Also I must say Al is a great teacher, gets you to understand the "feelings" and not the positions and he flat out has a great eye and notices every little thing.
 
Here's to drilling and learning the way the brain is designed to!!  (BTW I barely hit 20 balls during this lesson and I think it was the best lesson I ever had no joke)
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Originally posted by Chuck Quinton Chuck Quinton wrote:

That's a radical change Mike and Al, great work guys!
 
Chuck I am not going to lie...I was nervous to go to someone other than you but man I can't say enough...Al's eye, skills and knowledge were more than I could have hoped for. He is an awesome, awesome teacher. Really knows how to get you to "get it" and "feel it". I said in the other thread that if he was able to get me into the positon of that hooters tour player I would boo hoo like a baby...well yesterday when I got home I shed a tear
 
Here's to drilling!
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Mike, you realize that Al is teaching under the banner that I worked very hard for many years to build; it wouldn't be in my best interest to have not trained him well. He's worked hard to learn everything he has about the RST and continues to learn each lesson. He's come a long ways and is continuing to do a great job.

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Mike,
 
I'll see you in the Spring.
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Originally posted by Chuck Quinton Chuck Quinton wrote:

Mike, you realize that Al is teaching under the banner that I worked very hard for many years to build; it wouldn't be in my best interest to have not trained him well. He's worked hard to learn everything he has about the RST and continues to learn each lesson. He's come a long ways and is continuing to do a great job.

 
Oh I Absolutely realize that I guess I didn't do a good job trying to say what I wanted....
 
Al is the bomb....if you can get down to see him...I personally think it is a must. A picture is worth a thousand words (see above).
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