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    glen.kearns
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    The video of Christo taking lessons from the hat was very interesting. Christo swing looked more like hogan in those clips than I have ever seen. Is mr Christo aligned with all that hat was teaching him? Or does his training very in certain areas fro the hat? I downloaded the code video

    #3998

    Christo Garcia
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    Gregg taught me how to use my lower body correctly. I agree with what Gregg teaches and I’m still working on it, but I won’t look exactly like Mr. Hogan. I’m focused on using the concepts Gregg taught me.

    #4000

    glen.kearns
    Participant

    I have a passion to learn from you the proper way to swing so I can teach my sons how to learn correctly (unlike me) from a young age. I really appreciate the work you’ve put in and the videos you publish. I’ve watched most of them. You’ve converted me from a hacker/flipper to someone who has a swing headed in the right direction with regards to compression and form.

    Just FYI, the most helpful thing to me is how similar the proper body sequence is in a golf swing to throwing a ball. Getting the club head back in position, firing lower left, then hips, which torques the arm/elbow and then club head follows. It makes the swing more natural. However, here’s the question… in using the ball throwing technique… “WHERE” would my target be that I am throwing the ball at to get the proper body movement??? Do I act as though I am throwing to where the golf ball would sit on the ground, or to “that point of first full arm extension” which is a few feet in front of the golf ball or toward my target?

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    Derrik Willett
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    Are you talking about the 2 hand basketball throwing technique or the 1 hand golf ball throwing technique?

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