To understand why it is difficult to synchronize the golf swing, Nick Price, in his book titled “The Swing” analyzes the golf swing in a way that put this in proper perspective. He says the golf swing is difficult to synchronize because body segments travel different amounts. He measured the amount each segment moved on the backswing and here’s what he came up with.
Body PartArc Length (amout moved in inches) Left Hip 4 inches Left Shoulder 8 inches Hands 72 inches Clubhead 180 inches
With those movement lengths in mind, it is easy to see how your hips and shoulders only have to move just a few inches to get back to the impact position. This is while the hands and clubhead have six feet to fifteen feet respectively, to reach impact. It is very apparent to see that the hands would need to travel a lot farther and it would be very easy for them to be left behind.
This is why we believe the speedchain can benefit your golf swing. We want you to develop fast, powerful, golf specific muscles which have been trained by the chain to fire in better sequence.