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throw a ball in a liquid movement.

Time: June 22, 2016 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: throw a ball in a liquid movement.
Event Type: throw, a, ball, in, liquid, movement.
Organized By: chanah lee
Latest Activity: Jun 22, 2016

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Luciano Narsingh Netherlands Jersey , if you don't "clear your hips" your hands and arms will be impeded and will not be able to attack the ball with power. This is sometimes used as an explanation for why an overly "vertical" stance is not a good thing. According to this line of thinking, when you stand too close to the ball your hands will not be able to make a clean pass in front of your body because on the way down your hips will get in the way. But while hip rotation is very important to the effectiveness of the golf swing, it is not because the hips are in the way of anything. In fact I can't see that this idea of "clearing the hips" makes much sense. Your hips are not in the way of your hands. In fact, rotating your hips towards the target pushes your backside out further towards your hands and puts your hips more in the way than if you did not rotate them. Most of us -- whether we rotate a lot or not -- are not in the habit of hitting our hips with our hands when we swing our golf clubs. The reason is simple: our hips do not get in the way of our swing, and to suggest this as an explanation of the importance of hip rotation is just plain misleading. In my own research, on the course and in my basement "lab" Leroy Fer Netherlands Jersey , I have found that hip rotation does indeed put the club on a more powerful, more direct path to the ball coming into the point of impact. But as far as I can tell, this has very little to do with getting your hips out of the way of your hands. What happens when you rotate your hips is that this allows you to get your shoulders and arms in the optimal power position. This happens because your upper body and lower body move in a synchronized way. In the golf swing, as in most other movements involving the human body, your upper body, including your shoulders and arms Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Netherlands Jersey , moves in harmony with and in response to the movement of your lower body -- your hips and legs. Think of a power hitter in baseball. Those classic photographs of Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Reggie Jackson or Barry Bonds making contact with the ball always tell the same story. Their arms are fully extended, hips are rotated to an open position, head is back, and they are perfectly balanced with most of their weight now centered over their front leg and hip. In fact they have used their front leg and hip as a pivot around which their upper body has rotated. Take that pivot away -- swing with just your shoulders and arms -- and you're left with a much less fluid Kenneth Vermeer Netherlands Jersey

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