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4 Comments

  1. 8:21 the auto subtitles are golden, hahaha
    But on a more serious note, I'm interested in the "squatting motion" Piers doesn't want to talk too much about… We all know pros are doing it, and the harder they hit, the lower they go (and then extend at impact). I know that when I'm trying to hit the ball harder, I'm doing it a little. Now I'm not sure if it's unconscious mimicking or a "genuine subconscious" way my body reacts to "all right, let's hit it hard this time". Either way, it makes ball contact harder and probably shouldn't be practiced at all until a certain handicap but I'd love to hear an actual explanation on the squatting motion!

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