Is It Possible To Increase Swing Speed And Hit The Golf Ball More Yards
How was your golf game last year? Are you doing anything to enhance it during the off-season? Now if you put that concern back on me I will inform you that I got a brand-new set of clubs and a new putter. The Taylormade golf clubs that were purchased for me as a present are supposed to get the ball up in the air faster. That was among one of my
faults that has plagued me through all the time that I've been golfing. I purchased the brand-new putter on a whim due to the fact that while practicing with it at the golf store, I was deadly accurate. Goodbye Ping putter, hey there Nickent putter.
So I determined to make a modification in my golf game and hopefully golf score this year. What I mean by that is experimenting with a few different golf training aids over the course of the winter season months. Last year I selected the Medicus Power Meter. You can most likely do a Google or Facebook Graph Chart search if you wanted look into the Medicus Power Meter. This golf gadget hook up just below the grip of the golf club. You took your typical golf swing and it would tell you how quick you were swinging the golf club. When using the driver we can figure out that for every 1 mile per hour of clubhead speed this might equal about 2.5 to 3 yards of distance.
Which is why beginning golfers with a swing speed of 80 miles per hour may strike a ball 200 yards on the low side while a pro swinging at 100 miles per hour would hit a 250 to 300 yard drive. So understanding that my swing speed was at around 83 to 86 miles per hour informed me right away that the 270 yard drives I used to hit in the past were out of question unless I did something to radically improve my clubhead or swing speed.
Welcome to the Momentus Speed Whoosh. This weird looking device sort of appears like a golf club with a ball connected to it. The thought behind it is that the your body consists of slow and fast twitch muscle fibers. These muscle fibers could be trained depending on the sport where you are competing or enjoying. So what you might do is take a half dozen swings with your typical driver and then follow that up with another dozen shots with the Momentus Speed Whoosh golf trainer.
While practicing with the Speed Whoosh, you should observe an approximate 20 mile per hour gain in your swing speed. Yes, this is another reason to utilize a golf device such as the Medicus Power Meter so that you can track your swing speed. It is those fast twitch muscle fibers that are being put to use. In about a month or so of using the Momentus Speed Whoosh, if you were to go out on the golf course and use your regular driver, you would anticipate to pick up another 7 to 10 miles per hour over the swing speed you were seeing previously. In the end that might mean an additional 15 to 30 yards off to tee. That is the reason we love golf training devices.
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