Learn Perfect Weight Shift in Your Socks

Struggling with your weight shift? I'm going to show you how to diagnose your mistakes by just using a pair of socks! In this video, you'll learn how to shift your weight properly so you stop losing your tush line and posture, how to post properly, when you can push and when you can't and much more, including counter-torque!

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Kevin
DTL shot - tush line has improved focusing more on the lead hip move
March 7, 2021
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Kevin. Your tush line is improved for sure. Much better than the last time I saw it.
March 7, 2021
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Kevin
I’ve been drilling this move a lot and am trying to get my lead hip lower as I rotate and open. My tush line is probably repetitively the best I’ve seen it but my initial move with the lead leg is still past NJA. I can’t seem to make this move small enough and rotate the lead hip open enough. Should I focus on a smaller move? More of a open and back move? Would a wider stance give me more room to move into? I’m pulling much better but still going past NJA
March 7, 2021
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Kevin. You don't need a wider stance, but add a little splay to the lead foot to help you start clearing sooner. I would focus on smaller and pressure. As soon as you feel that pressure start getting the hip out of the way.
March 7, 2021
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Neil
Hi there, I'm trying to perfect the squat to square move. I can see that the centre of the pelvis should move left a bit, down a bit and possibly back a bit in transition from the top of the backswing. I've tried to combine these by thinking of moving the centre of my pelvis about 2 inches towards my left heel. In theory that might give the desired result; in practice it feels wrong. How would you recommend thinking of how far to move in each direction?
February 25, 2021
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Neil. You are going to shift roughly the width of the pelvis in the swing (6-8 inches). Laterally and rotationally. Your numbers of about 2-3 inches wouldn't be that far off the mark. Just know the weight will move a little towards the front of the lead foot before moving back into the hell during the post up phase.
February 25, 2021
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Kevin
Face on angle for comments below - right foot rolled but hip past NJA, not enough left hand release still and a flip
October 13, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Kevin. You can still push/slide the hip with the trail foot rolling in. You do have excessive secondary tilt which I think you were trying to shallow the swing with your shoulder plane and not maintaining the correct one in transition and post. Looks like you dropped trail shoulder and flipped hands through.
October 13, 2020
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Kevin
Thanks Craig for all of your responses - sooo hard to turn the shoulders “off” and just let them get pulled into the hitting area...I hit it well tonight trying to sit more into the left side, pulling my arms down and keeping the lead shoulder down and only missed it right (not left and right) with some short irons. assume I need to work on closing the face more with my left hand release / knuckles down? The more stable my lower body is I feel like I’m leaving the clubhead behind and/or open if that makes sense
October 13, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Kevin. I don't think you need to work on actively rotating it more, but allowing the club face to rotate over naturally. You typically have too fast of hands. Your rate of rotation on how hard you try to square the face needs to be more gradual.
October 13, 2020
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Kevin
Hi Craig - just to clarify the counter torque move - we should completely unload the right leg / foot and allow it to be pulled left with the left hip and not applying any pressure? I’ve found I can keep my right cheek on the tush line longer in the transition when I apply the torque but it also doesn’t help my leaning back / excess axis tilt at impact
October 13, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Kevin. Yes, the trail leg should be pulled by the lead side. You don't need to force pushing/jumping off it it to get the weight over correctly.
October 13, 2020
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Jim
Hi Craig, Can you remind me where in the feet you feel weight during the backswing, especially in transition, and post-up? Thx.
September 1, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Jim. That's a lot. Think about it this way. The weight will move like a figure 8. Back towards the heel going back. Then, towards the center/front on lead and back towards the heel.
September 1, 2020
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William
One thing I don’t understand is that Tiger had major back issues in his career. Is that addressed in another video somewhere?
August 31, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello William. For 2019 take a look at Why Tiger Woods' Back Hurts in 2019 Video. For the big one: Tiger Woods Swing Changes - Sean Foley Video.
August 31, 2020
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Jeff
In several videos, the weight shift to the left is described as falling or sitting and in several vid4os a pulling from the inner thigh of the lead leg is described. Sometimes both in the same video. Is it -possible to explain when the natural fall ends and the pull begins? Or is every bit of forward movement due to a pull? Or am I a pain in the ass who is overthinking this? Currently I seem to fall left naturally and I’m already in nja without pulling from the left. I hope I made sense here. I have to get it perfect
August 17, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Jeff. Not a pain in the ass at all. Just overthinking this. We are talking about the same thing just different ways of describing it. If you "fall" and your weight is being shifted with the hips squaring up you are fine. The pulling motion described from the inner thigh is the nuts and bolts for players that struggle to know what a weight shift/sequence feels like. Myself I just feel the same shift/fall, and my leg action is correct. The key is making sure you don't do a closed hip slide.
August 18, 2020
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Gerard
Awesome video. It answers my very first question.....why does the lower right side of my back absolutely kill me when I play golf, and more importantly, how do I get rid of it. Now to make it happen.
July 22, 2020
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Michael (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Gerard, great to hear. Go make it happen, it's the only way it will work.
July 23, 2020
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Wayne
‘Weight Shift”, my interpretation of that phrase has led me to being a bogey golfer and very recently a patient for an injury to my trail knee. Fortunately it’s not serious and I’ll be back on the course in a week. Love this video concept of swinging on a slippery floor in your socks. In an effort to shift my weight I have been exaggerating the move and to keep from swaying I placed a lot of stress on my right knee. During the round when I started to develop knee plane I was forced to stay centered in the backswing and to feel “pressure” in my trail foot, not my exaggerated “weight shift”. I shot par on 4 of the next 5 holes after discovering this. It also stopped my trail (right) side dominance. Shots were on the sweet spot, maintained lag, added distance and accuracy. Had to quit with 4 holes left before I did more damage to the knee. It was a feeling of effortless power that I can’t believe I had in me. Thanks Chuck!
May 19, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Wayne. Great. Now, take care of that knee so you can start going lights out on the course!
May 19, 2020
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Wayne
Thanks Craig. I should have noted that I am 75 years old and have the typical arthritis for a 75 year old. Other than that I am in excellent health and have a lot of flexibility. Had to give up golf for 15 years due to my career choice, but have been making up for lost time since retiring 2 years ago. I have read all the major instruction books prior to quitting the game: Hogan, Armour, Leadbetter, Nicklaus, Marin, etc. Rotary Swing is now my go to source for all things golf. Just wish I learned about it sooner.
May 20, 2020
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Dean
In the first minute he said he would deep dive into exactly how to move, where to move from , what muscles to move which not. I have to be the dumbest student because I have watched ever video on the sight and this one but still do not get it. I could use some help, a drill, a feeling . I get to the top and have no idea of what’s next. Does the left knee start it, or a bump of the hip. Is there a one-two-three thing, anything? Please help
April 26, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Dean. Take a look at Fixing Your Weight Transfer and Which Muscles to Feel in Golf Swing Transition. Lead knee will externally rotate first, lead thigh adduction, and obliques to rotate the hips to square.
April 26, 2020
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Don
Great video. I presume you slightly flex the L knee in the backswing and extend/ straighten the L knee after posting up? Do you straighten the R knew in the backswing?
April 14, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Don. The lead knee will be pretty quiet in the backswing and straight post up/impact. Take a look at Left Knee Movement in the Golf Swing Video. Also, you want to maintain as much flexion in the trail knee as much as possible in the backswing. If it has to straighten slightly to achieve full shoulder rotation then no worries.
April 15, 2020
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Scott
Great video. Is there any value to placing a high/heavy bookend on the outside of the right foot/heal? If the weight is transferred properly and a good Squat2square move is made, should the bookend go untouched? Thanks! Scott M.
April 14, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Scott. You can place a bookend there. Just make sure you are hyper focused on what makes you not hit the bookend vs manufacturing an improper move just to make sure the foot doesn't hit it.
April 14, 2020
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Remington
Chuck, have followed your DD and it is producing results. One small, but I believe important, detail I have discovered is exact means of getting from takeaway - ie club parallel to ground - to the top of the backswing, something I was having considerable difficulty with. I concentrate on the right lat to finish the backswing; this avoids any temptation to push from the left side and removes the disconcerting 'click' from the left shoulder socket which I often experience. Is my understanding is correct or are there other muscle groups involved?
April 14, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Remington. The lat is definitely one of the primary components, but the abs and obliques will be aiding in the rotation.
April 14, 2020
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Kevin
This is great. One thing I just recently realized, however, is when I shift my weight to my lead side during the transition and release, I'm not sure *where* in my left foot should I feel the pressure. It has helped me a lot to concentrate on loading up the pressure in my right inside heel during the backswing. Should I be transferring my weight to the lead heel during the transition and release? I feel like historically for me, my weight has been more on the ball of my left foot, which may be leading to my tendency to lift my right heel early and break the plane.
April 13, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Kevin. The weight will move a little more similar to a figure 8 in the swing. But, if you concentrate on trying to shift to the center of the ankle joint on the lead side good things will happen in the swing. Going too far towards the toes/ball of the foot will cause some issues.
April 13, 2020
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Martin
Since Chuck mentioned the importance of seeing rather than feeling I'd give a shout out for the free to use Kinovea app. Along with a couple of webcams this allows you to view and record your swing from front on and DTL simultaneously. You can also draw on the screen just like swing analyser. So you can instantly record and review your swing. Even better,. with a laptop, you can set things up so that you can see the screen, including reference points, in your normal address position. So you can rehearse and ensure that every rep is being done correctly in real time without needing to record yourself.
April 13, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Martin. Thank you for the suggestion. Lots of our members are always looking for new tech to check out their move.
April 13, 2020
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Erik
Around 7 minutes there is talk about the hip moving laterally towards the left leg. Wouldn’t this lateral move also move the torso, lead shoulder and head? And then also get the angles to the ball to change? Also a question about the feet. Especially chucks lead foot seems to be setup so toes point slightly out (forwards). Is the “foot direction” covered in any specific video? Is it possibly so that having toes slickly out at setup helps clearing the hip in post up?
April 13, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Erik. Take a look at Should you Splay Your Feet at Setup Video for the latter part of your question. A slight splay is acceptable. The hips move laterally and rotationally in the downswing. The lower half will be leading the way, but yes as you pull weight the upper half will follow. You wouldn't be able to get stacked if it didn't. And, if the upper half weight hangs back excessively you will end up with too much secondary axis tilt.
April 13, 2020
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David
Any tip for 77 year old with straight left lg. Much as I try I can;t release like all you guys do. I almost hit a wall when ball is struck. All tips appreciated. Dave Mc.
April 13, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Dave. Post your swing to the swing review portal, or facebook. That way we can see what is limiting your release. Usually comes all the way back to excessive tension, or firing trail arm too soon.
April 13, 2020
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Gerald
Fantastic explanation Chuck. I went through the Beta Dead Man Bootcamp and exactly how to make this weight shift never sunk in entirely (pun intended). The explanation in this video is much easier for me to understand and copy. While you don't advocate this, I worked on this move paying attention to not only sinking into my left side, but assuring my right foot stayed put or the heel worked inward during the squat to square. I then took it to the course to try out and found that while I had to concentrate on making this move correctly, the rest of the swing simply fell into place. I hit the ball straight and solid from the outset. Thanks for such a clear explanation and some checkpoints to watch out for. See you in the upcoming remedial bootcamp. Now time for a lot more practice with a mirror. Jerry R
April 12, 2020
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Awesome! I’m always trying to create new ones to explain my ideas and I’m hoping this make weight shift so much simpler. Practicing on my wood floor during the coronavirus helped inspire this one!
April 12, 2020
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william
If I had known this 60 years ago, Tiger Woods would have been the next me.
April 12, 2020
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Love it William! I wish I had figured this all out when I was in high school!
April 12, 2020
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Ken
Thanks for the great teaching, Chuck. BTW, is there a down-the-line view of that swing by Tiger? Seems to me you've used it before, but I just can't remember when or where. Appreciate everything you do for my game!
April 12, 2020
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Ken I used it the magic box video I did for the YouTube channel
April 12, 2020
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Mark
It's amazing what you can accomplish without ever picking up a club. Add a few thousand 9-to-3s into a net and you're a completely new golfer. Chuck, you are definitely doing the Golfing God's work. And BTW, nice digs! I'm guessing you don't miss the tour all that much
April 12, 2020
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Haha glad I can be of service! And no not missing staying at a different hotel each week eating at subway everyday lol
April 12, 2020
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Tony
Thanks. Will use that one. Tony
April 12, 2020
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Tony. Glad you liked.
April 13, 2020
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Anthony (Certified RST Instructor)
Wow, wow, wow! Love this video.
April 12, 2020
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Glad you like it Anthony! I think this will be a game changer for many struggling with weight shift
April 12, 2020
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Glen
Great practice idea. So intuitive. Makes the move obvious and almost too easy. You are an amazing instructor. Thank you.
April 12, 2020
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Thanks Robert!
April 12, 2020
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Christopher
It appears that Tiger's right leg (at least the right knee) stops moving just before impact, and then starts moving again just after impact. Is this a correct feeling?
April 12, 2020
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
That’s the post up move. Then the club pulls the body through to a follow through.
April 12, 2020

Wait shift. I call it the crux of the golf swing because so many golfers don't understand how to shift their weight correctly. I know many of you would probably shaking your head out there. Yes. I don't know how to shift my weight correctly. If you don't shift your weight back to the lead leg properly in the downswing, during the transition, all bets are off. You have to get this right. And so today I'm going to take the time to really deep dive into exactly how to move exactly where to move from which muscles to use, which ones not to use. What's causing you to lose your posture, hurts your lower back, et cetera. And best of all, as you can see, I'm in my office, you don't need to be outside hitting balls. You need to be indoors where you can see yourself on camera in front of a mirror doing these moves, because if you're not looking at your swing and you're just relying on feel, I can't help you.

No one can help you. You're wasting your time. You have to video. You have to see what you're doing. Cause feel, and real are never the same. So the cool thing about today is not only do you not need to be outside, you don't even need a golf club. I'll bring it in in just a moment, but what you really need. Well, what you really don't need are shoes. You don't even need shoes. In fact, I want you to take them off and I want you to get honestly flirts while I'm in my office, because I have wood floors in here and they're slippery. And so what you really need to learn proper weight shift is a pair of socks. That's it. If you have a pair of socks and a slick floor, then I'm going to teach you how to self-diagnose exactly when you're moving from the wrong spots and exactly how to get it right.

So let's first talk about what we really need to do during the transition. What in step two of the dead drill, you know, as you're going from the top of your backswing, back to this squat to square move, that is really the key to the swing. Because if you get that little transition move, right, then the post move almost happens automatically because it's just a continuation of that same transition move. But a lot of golfers never get it right? And it's all because they're doing too much from the wrong side. And that is typically the trail side of the body. So what happens for most golfers? I'm going to go down the line for just a second, is that as they go to the top of their swing, this right side takes over and pushes their pelvis into the ball. This is what we call early extension, losing the tush line, losing your posture.

You've heard it called a million different things. It's all describing, just pushing off this right foot. Now there is a point where you can push during the downswing. And I'm going to talk about that in a moment. But at first you have to understand when you're doing it wrong at the wrong time, what that's going to lead to. If you go to the top of your swing and you feel a little bit and you drive this right knee, you're always going to move your pelvis into the ball. And if you looked at the video on the magic box, what you'll typically find is you'll do a closed hip slide and your legs will still be kind of closed during that transition move. Obviously, you know that you need to get your legs back to square your hips back to square during that transition. And you have to do that by moving from the lead side, when you're going to the top of your swing and you push off the right, you'll see your heel pop up.

When you hear me talk about that all the time. I love many, many, many years ago in the clinics. I started joking with all my students that every time their heel popped up, you owed me a hundred bucks. It's how I paid for race tires. I just can't even make, actually make anybody pay me a hundred bucks, but it was a good incentive to make you focus on this happening. Because most golfers, they would go to their swing and they would come down to impact and stop. And I would ask them is your heel up? And they'd be like, I don't know. Well, look at it. It's your heel? Is it in the air? And then of course, this is again, why I don't care about people relying on field, because it just it's a waste of time. You can obviously see that your heels up in the air.

But if I literally ask you to stop and ask a question, if ask, if your heels up in the air and you say, you don't know well, that's again, why you can't improve your swing and you can't make changes without video and without a mirror. So when your heels up in the air like this, this is a push that's moving your pelvis into the ball. And this is not okay because not only do that, if you add rotation into it, you're adding too much side bend. And as I've always talked about side, been with rotation the best way to blow out your lower back. So to avoid that, instead of pushing the pelvis into the ball, we need to pull the pelvis away from the ball. Remember in the swing, when you're under learning, how to use rotation, centripetal and centrifugal force, you're always moving in the opposite direction.

You want the club to go. So in the downswing, as the club's going down and out, I'm moving up and back. And that's all done from the lead side, the pulling side. So as we look at this, as I go to the top of what you're going to see instead of my right hip, moving into the ball, what you're going to see is my left hip. Moving away from the ball. That is the key. And now you'll see that my right leg is moving, but it's getting moved by the right side or excuse me, by the left side, the lead side. So when is it okay to push, to add a little bit of oomph to it. Once you've cleared that hip and I'm going to walk through it step by step and I'll do it with the clubs is a little bit easier to see, of course, without the speed and dynamics of it.

It's going to be, the positions are going to be a little bit off, but you'll get the idea as we go to the top. First thing is I'm sitting into this left leg. I'm literally feeling like I'm just, I'm going to exaggerate this sitting into this left leg, but I'm doing this while also moving this left hip out of the way as I put these two moves together, that brings my hands all the way back to here. And now from here, this, as I'm getting ready to post up on this left leg, I can also push with the right side to help get a little bit of more vertical ground force to help release the club and stabilize the pelvis. As I push this foot into the it stabilizes, my pelvis keeps me from sliding my hips all over the place. And also as I contract both glutes by pushing that right toe into the ground, then it's not pushing it super hard.

It's just pushing it in slightly as I contract both glutes that stabilize the hips of the can't turn anymore. So as I come from down the line, as I'm here and posting up, now, the only thing that is going to happen is my arms and club. We're going to release. And then that's going to pull me into a follow-through. So now how does this apply to the counter torque move? You've heard me talk about, and what that really means is my body's obviously rotating back this way during the back swing. And then as I start down, you'll notice in all high level ball strikers, that tiger woods and we're macro all these guys you'll see that the right foot actually rotates in slightly what's happening here is two things. One it's partially an illusion. It's not that I'm just twisting my foot into the ground.

That's not going to do anything. What's this going to do in my golf swing? Nothing. So what I'm really doing is, as I'm rotating back, this leg is rotating this way. And now, as I begin to shift back to the left, my, my pelvis moving laterally is actually moving that heel in toward the other side, toward my left leg. So you can see that just by moving laterally and moving this hip back, unless my right leg was somehow to get longer. All of a sudden it has to move. And that's what causes this little move. Now you can add a little bit to this as you're doing it at speed, you can help speed this up. And if you watch tiger woods back in the day, when he would really go after a driver, that heel would pop up early, but he wouldn't be doing it this way.

That would cause him to lose his posture. Which of course he never did. He's moving correctly this way from the lead side, but he's letting that he'll pop up early. It's okay. If you're doing that, if you're going to go on whale on one to hit one really hard, as long as you don't lose your posture. So as long as your tush line is being maintained, the heel being up in the air is okay. And then once you go to push up into the ground of stabilize the pelvis it's okay. So how do you start checking this stuff? This is where the socks come in, because what you're going to find is that your feet, as you're doing this on a slick floor, probably not going to look exactly like mine. You may find that you're doing this. I had talk about an imaginary plane line on the outside of your foot and your heel should never break that plane line.

So if I put my club back here and I start my down swing, I just do this. You can see that. Clearly my heel is outside of that vertical line. That just means you didn't shift laterally at all. You didn't get your weight back over it. And you just hung back on the back foot and tried to hit it off your back foot, death move, not going to work. What you want to see is, again, as I'm shifting back to the left, my heel is actually moving slightly away from that. And that as I continue to move into a post-it move, the heel never breaks that plane line. If you're moving incorrectly and you're doing this on a slick floor, you'll start to be able to see things really, really quickly. So for instance, let's say that you're going to the top of your swing and you have a tendency to push really hard off the right side.

Your foot is going to slide. You're going to know right away. You should be able to do this on a sheet of ice and not lose your balance. If you all of a sudden feel that both feet are doing this, and you're like Bambi on ice or your feet are twisting all over the place. And you're spinning out, that is an obvious sign that you're moving incorrectly. As you watch me do this, as I sit into the left side, what I'm really doing is planting a ton of weight over your ton of pressure. And so why would I ever slide? I'm just moving vertically down. I'm not moving laterally with my feet. So as I do this, even with my right foot, you'll see the little counter tour, little twist here, my feet aren't sliding around at all. So I highly encourage you. If you're working on this, submit a swing review or post your video up on our Facebook group of just doing this on a slick floor in your socks, because it will be very revealing to see when you're moving incorrectly from the wrong spot.

And you'll instantly be able to feel the proper weight shift. As you sit into left side and begin to clear this hip, your feet, shouldn't move. You guys asked me why I play in tennis shoes all the time. Well, obviously I have a bad back after breaking my neck and a bunch of other issues as a result of that, but I don't need golf shoes. I complained tennis shoes because I'm not sliding and driving my feet all over the place like Bambi. I'm sitting in a driving that foot into the ground. How could it ever go anywhere but down. It's not moving laterally. It's not moving this foot is again getting moved by my hips. So that's why I don't like the term footwork, even though that's what this video is really talking about. Footwork is really a misnomer. Your feet are moving in response to the cause they're more symptoms. Yes, there's a little tiny bit that you're doing with your feet, but it's really more that you're moving from your trunk and your core and your feet are showing you if your trunk and core are moving correctly. So I don't like it using the tomb works. I'm not really working my feet. I'm really working my hips and my core. And that is what's giving me proper footwork in the golf swing and a proper weight.

All right, let's use tiger. As an example here. I use this video of him in one of the last videos I was talking about the magic box, but let's just focus on the right foot. And a couple of things that we just discussed in this video. First of all, as he's going down, I want you to focus on the inside of the right foot. You'll notice that the heel moves in toward the left. Now again, many golfers are going to try and just drive hard off the right foot. But as I told you, you will, you will tend to move too far laterally. You can move outside of neutral joint alignment when you push too hard off the right, and you'll also tend to move your pelvis into the ball. This movement is actually him moving from the left side and that's pulling the right side into it until the very end where he begins to post up.

Now, also note that I've drawn a line on the right outside of his right shoe, and you'll notice so many golfers break, this vertical plane that I was discussing in the video. And you can see the tigers foot is obviously moving away from it. But even though tiger locks to talk about or has talked about many times how he likes to push off that, right? Big toe, understand that again, as I was discussing the video, it's not like he's cranking off this thing. If he was then the toe box of his shoe would have to be creased. But the simple fact of the matter is if your shoe, the toe box, your shoe has increased, you can don't have enough weight on there to drive that hard off of it. You're just on the inside of the right big toe and it's just getting rolled up. So again, how hard could you push off that foot right there? Not very hard. It's not to say that you can't push a little bit here in the more weight you have back there. So if you look at a driver's swing, you'll see the toe box of a shoe crease a little bit more, but in general, on normal shots, this is a two iron stingers hitting here that you will see that that right foot is actually very, very light. And again, indicative of movement coming from the left side.

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