Okay. We're adding this crazy right hand that wants to dominate everything back in here, just doing the drills only. First drill right hand open palm. Mirror the movement. Let it come off. My legs, my core, my trunk, my brain is still down here. I'm thinking about what's going on here right now. I don't care about what my right arm does. It just happens to be following along, just mirroring the movement. We go to the top. We mirror it. Nothing's changing. We add out fingertips back in. Lightly touch it. Don't let it influence or change anything you've been working so hard on to this point. Let it come off. Focus on the core movements. Focus on what's happening here. Same thing from down the line, core movements. Forget about this. It's just going to mess everything up anyway. Then take your normal grip, still same thing. As you get comfortable, you can start holding on longer and longer. Notice, even as I did it there, my right hand VJ-ed it. I came off. I don't need to hold on to it tight. By holding onto it tight, I'm just going to slow the club down. It's called a release for a reason. Think about what that means. It means to literally let go.
To let something accelerate, you must let it go. You got to release it, so if you're holding onto it really tight or pushing through with your hand, how could this thing possibly reach maximum speed until every angle you have is fully released? It can't. You're just hitting a check swing in baseball. You want to release it. Let it go to get that ball all the way back to home plate from center field. You want to let it go. As I'm coming into impact, I'm letting my right hand be very, very soft in the follow through. Keep working these drills. Let your right hand keep coming off, and you can absolutely hit balls doing these drills. Keep working at it. You keep doing these drills. You will see huge improvements.