RotaryConnect Lower Body Drill

Build an incredibly powerful and stable base using the RotaryConnect.

  • The upper body provides rotation in the swing, the lower body provides stability
  • Faults like excessive hip slide & hip spin prevent the lower body from providing a stable platform
  • Use the RotaryConnect above the knees to learn what correct form feels like
  • Swing again without the device and try to reproduce that correct form on your own

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Kevin
Is this a good drill to help with knees that tend to move toward the ball (inside the knee line) and cause shanks from the inside? Similar to what is mentioned in the Shanks Cure video
July 9, 2019
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Kevin. Yes, this would help stabilize the knees for that issue.
July 10, 2019
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Marc
Good reminder on how to use the rotaryconnect for the legs. Quick question, during the set up the ankles are marginally pulled in so that the contact with the ground is more on the inside of the feet. What I have noticed when I use the rotaryconnect is that at the end of the weight shift and before I post my trail foot is back to the same position as when I started the swing as the foot is being pulled to the same position with the foot slightly rolled in. But for the lead foot the weight is now on the outside of the foot (the foot is still pretty much flat but the weight is more on the inside) and I feel the pressure of the ground on the whole outside of the foot not just the heel (possibly a big more on the heel due to the squatting but definitely also in other parts of the outside of the foot). But when I post and release the weight is going to the outside of the lead heel and the whole arch of the lead foot is being lifted by the posting. You actually see a lot of pros with the left big toe coming of the ground. Does it seem right what I am describing. Best, Marc
April 15, 2018
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Jackie (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Marc, your weight on the trail side during the first initial weight shift of the backswing should be on the inside of the right foot (we are only shifting about 1 inch to the right). On the downswing, the weight will be pulled by the left side, and it should end up centered over the left ankle joint at impact. The lead foot should not lift off the ground, unless you are over exaggerating the weight shift on the backswing to feel a new movement pattern.
April 15, 2018
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Marc
Apologies Jackie, reading your answer made me realise that I was not clear enough. All my comments were actually for the downswing and not the backswing, I should have been more precise.
April 15, 2018
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Jackie (Certified RST Instructor)
No problem at all, the weight on the downswing should not transfer to the outside of the lead foot. You want to feel it centered over the left ankle. I'm thinking the reason you feel it on the outside could be because you are shifting outside neutral joint alignment. Check your hips, and make sure they are not sliding outside that ankle joint. Nevertheless, that left big toe or arch of the foot also should not be lifting off the ground.
April 15, 2018
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Jeffrey M
is the primary driver for the hips to open up 45 degrees in the downswing a conscious pulling of the left hip away from the ball or a post coming from your left foot??
October 2, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Jeff. As you post the lead oblique should pull the hips open. However, some might tend to not open the hip enough which would require active training of pulling the hip open.
October 2, 2017
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Stephen
I found the video useful, and got immediate results using the rotary connect above my knees. Could you give some guidelines on how long/wide the device should be set at? I assume that for the arms, it should be set as narrow as possible, but what about the legs should it be as wide as possible? I’m familiar with the video on stance width, but how is the setting affected by someone who has knocked knees? Thank you.
September 22, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Stephen. For the arms it should be narrow. But, not so much you have to externally rotate the arms to a max locked out position. The stance would be tough because everyones genetics are a little different. You still don't want it too much wider than standard stance with. Too wide might give you the feeling you need to chase with trail for it to catch up.
September 22, 2017
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Mike
Chuck mentions that we should imagine the RotaryConnect could move (get longer) when you squat in the downswing. Could you turn one side of the RotaryConnect upside down so that the ball bearing does not go through the holes/slots and instead would slide along the inside and allow your left knee to get further from your right?
August 9, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Michael. In theory you could do that. However, you may start getting a little excessive with the separation and/or never allow the trail to follow the lead because you have never ending slack.
August 9, 2017
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Benjamin
I like the Rotary Connect and use it for my upper body. My frame is a little bigger than Chuck's so I can't get the Connect on my lower body without breaking it. Are there any other options to help train the lower body in a similar fashion to this video without the Connect?
July 21, 2017
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Benjamin, We have tons of drills in the downswing section that can help you train your lower body movements without the connect. Look at the sitting into the left side, squat to square and the fixing weight transfer videos to help you out. If none of these help, then I would suggest you submit your swings for review so us instructors can take a close look at your movements and help you move properly. Hope that helps.
July 21, 2017
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Ed
80% of all the videos are what people do wrong. Its not a productive way to teach. Tell us how to do it correctly. Tell us how to swing correctly. What to feel when you swing correctly. You spend more than 1/2 the time of every video pointing out 20 things people do wrong.
June 25, 2017
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Remington
Entirely agree with you Ed. While it is important to point out source of faults, there needs to be a much better balance in videos between this and the correct movements. In too many videos I find myself watching through to the end hoping for a full demonstration of the correct movement/sequence or whatever, but ultimately not finding one. This needs to be addressed.
July 13, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Ed. I apologize that you are displeased with the video. The problem with the vast majority of golfers is that they don't understand where their errors are coming from, not just solely how to fix a certain problem. The video above is more of a discussion how to use the RotaryConnect or training aid to help with lower body instability. We have a ton of videos to show you what to do with the lower half. If you know your exact issue. I would be happy to point you to the proper drills.
June 25, 2017
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Peter
Great Tip! Another great tip on how to use this training device. Question, do you happen to have a certified RST Instructor located in Myrtle Beach SC?
June 22, 2017
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Byron
Peter. There is a RST instructor in Wilmington, NC. - Kirk Baker. He is listed on the Rotary Swjng website. I recently took a RST lesson from him. It was great and solidified many on the concepts I had learned on line but he showed me where I was off a bit, highly recommend him
November 3, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Peter. The closest RST Instructors to you would be slightly west of Columbia, SC, Wilmington, NC or myself in Atlanta, GA. The next possible solution would be about a 9 hour drive away. I lived in Myrtle for 6 years. Curious if I may ask your home track? I have played them all.
June 22, 2017
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Peter
I'm playing at Ocean Ridge (Cats "Tigers, Lions, Panthers and Leopards. I've also played in the MB world am, and have been lucky enough to play many other courses (The Legends, Long Bay, Myrtle North, etc.. Even some that have closed.
June 22, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Peter. I've played everyone you've mentioned multiple times. I was at Barefoot Landing. Then planted my roots at the Surf Club and The Dunes Club. I still think the driving range at the Surf, Barefoot, and Legends are healing from my time there.
June 22, 2017
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Peter
LOL! I'm the same way, I just put in a driving mat and net, so I work on drills and get away from hitting balls down the range.
June 22, 2017
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Richard
What sizes do you have available for the RotaryConnect ?
June 22, 2017
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Richard
Are the arm clamps adjustable ? I have relatively small arms of about 11 inches circumference.
June 27, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Richard. As of right now we only have them available in one size. The aid is adjustable though.
June 22, 2017
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Alan
What does it mean that when it says you "break" the device if you spin your hips. Does it mean you get a signal (falling off, or something) or does it mean the device actually breaks and you can't use it anymore? And, why would we want a device like that if it's the latter?
March 18, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Alan. You would have to push really hard to have it break. I believe Chuck is just referencing extreme circumstances where someone would push so hard the device would snap. I completely understand you wouldn't want to buy something that would break on initial use.
March 18, 2017
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Robert
Do you have a distributer/supplier in Europe, because with Transport costs and customs duties the Training aid works out very exspensive? Robert Tredwell , Germany.
March 4, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Robert. I apologize. We do not have an over seas supplier.
March 4, 2017
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Hector
Pretty good device !!! I'm going to April clinics and I hope I can correct my problems !! But basically my downswing it is bad because I have not felt yet the feeling of a well stroke golf ball !!! I have not yet stroke a golf ball in a correct way . I know I'm a hip spinner I hope this training aid helps me . Did the right knee has to be posterior to the left knee in the downswing ? Help
March 3, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Hector. You will definitely improve the downswing at the clinic. But, one thing that bothers me is the statement the "downswing is bad because I haven't felt the feeling of a well stroke golf ball." Try not to use the ball as the barometer if the swing is improving. Could you elaborate more about your trail knee position or feeling compared the video?
March 3, 2017
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Hector
Well I think one of my problems is that I loose my tush line and also a hip spinner !!! So I never in 15 years of playing golf I had felt or I had not been able to stroke the ball the correct way !!! AlwAys army navy golf !!!! I think in the downswing instead of keeping my right knee behind the Left , because I loose my tush line , I'm elevating my spine and moving my right knee etc etc !!! Typical of an amateur
March 3, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Yes, the trail knee needs to follow the lead knee. It shouldn't rush out ahead or towards the ball too much. You will definitely work on the hip issue at the clinic. In the meantime, master the Chair Drill. Tone that spin down.
March 3, 2017
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T David
On the takeaway, does the trailing hip move slightly back, while the hips turn to ensure the hip line stays constant?
October 22, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Dave. Yes. Weight Shift Video Part 2.
October 22, 2016
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Jim
It seems like many of the weight shift videos focus on the leading leg posting up and causing rotation and power for the swing, but then subsequent videos talk about the hip rotation as a bad thing and talk about many ways of fixing "spinners." By definition, if someone completely follows the drills for the weight shift, they would become a "spinner." Is there something I'm missing?
September 17, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Jim. The vast majority of players spin the hips and lack weight transfer. Therefore, a lot of the videos focus on feeling weight with little hip rotation. The end goal would be weight shift without rushing the hips and then posting up to help create the speed in the release.
September 19, 2016
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Joe
Craig, I recently purchase the rotary connect. I believe it is the medium size. The feeling that I get from using it is that you have to push your arm in toward each other so the device will not slide off your arms. Is this correct, or do I have one that is to large? Also, when dropping my arms into the hitting position I find that I must rotate or the device slides down my arm, not disconnect and flying out of the device, but falling down the arms. Your help would be greatly appreciated, thanks, Joe
March 23, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Joe. You will need a little tension to keep the device in place. However, if you are overly having to hold the device you might have it on too high a setting. When using the device I tended to miss about 1 slot below where I thought I should be. If sliding out coming down. It sounds too big . By rotate - do you mean body or arms?
March 23, 2016
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Joe
rotate the body. I was told by Christina that the device only comes in 1 size.
March 23, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Joe. Yes, but unless it is a really new model I am unaware of. You should be able to adjust the size a little with the slider. You shouldn't need to rotate the body to maintain in the cuffs. However, remember you do need weight and torso to help bring down arms properly (Weight Shift Video Part 1).
March 23, 2016
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Joe
Thanks for all of your help
March 24, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Joe. No problem. That is what I'm here for.
March 24, 2016
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Chad
Hi, I can't find the rotaryconnect in the training aids section, and when I click the button to 'get your rotaryconnect today', I get a page not found error. Are these available anymore? Or if not, is there an equivalent product you can recommend from another vendor?
November 8, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Chad. I think we are currently out of stock. Please Contact Customer Service. They will be more than willing to help advise you.
November 8, 2015
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matt
Maybe show some drills that we can do with it on?
August 30, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Matt. We used to have a video with the connect on and hitting balls. I will see if I can dig it up.
August 31, 2015
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matt
Chuck, I'm struggling to post up with the Rotary Connect on. Is it ok that if I'm hitting shots that my hips stay square to target line through impact? Or should I work to straighten my right leg more as I post up? Also I feel like it inhibits my lower body a bit on the downswing where I feel like my arms need to hit the shot vs. my legs if that makes sense?
August 30, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Matt. If you are a hip spinner/trail side pusher. Hitting some shots with the hips square should help exaggerate the slowing of them. Not a bad thing. The Connect will inhibit the lower body motion. As long as you have some oblique pull to understand how to open the hips and the arms/hands are releasing you will be fine. It will feel like the arms are doing more than the lower half pushing threw.
August 31, 2015
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Anthony
Most of my practice time is limited to working with a mirror and driving net in my garage. I have an issue losing the tush line and the rotary connect corrects this so I plan to work on drills (and normal full swings) by hitting thousands of balls into my net while wearing it. Are there any drills that I shouldn't do while wearing the rotary connect? Also, do you think the rotary connect would restrict proper straightening of my left leg at impact?
July 18, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Anthony. You can do pretty much everything will wearing the connect. It might restrict a little straightening. But, if you are working on stability and tush. Worry about leverage pull later.
July 18, 2015
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Christian
I need to get one of those. I am a hip spinner.
February 24, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
We are currently replenishing our inventory. I apologize for the wait. In the meantime, take a look at Squat to Square and the Belt Buckle Drill in the Downswing Advanced Section to help with those hips.
February 25, 2015
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edward
I just purchased a rotary connect medium. In the backswing drill Chuck mentioned he had in on the narrowest setting. Setting is not discussed here although it looks fairly narrow in the video. Do you have recommended width for this drill? I am 6'1". Thanks.
December 6, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Edward. The recommended width will vary based on body shape and size. The goal is to have the device set to where the elbow pits will face away from the body, the arms hanging neutrally with the shoulders in a retracted position, and not forcing too much external rotation locking/jamming the arms in together (squeezing the elbows in too much).
December 6, 2014
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edward
Craig, Thanks, that helps when using it on the arms. Actually Clay does a nice job on how to fit the device in the chipping video for that usage. My question here however was on its use on the legs in this particular video. Are there checkpoints to look at to gauge a proper fit. Also, with the legs it seems that the knees will naturally kiss together on the follow-through so it might be more appropriate for shorter swings with an abbreviated finish. -Ed
December 6, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Edward. There isn't too much of a guide for the legs. You don't want to be over bow-legged or knock kneed. I have to have it on the largest setting to suit my stance width. 2 inches outside Neutral Joint Alignment. Body size will determine position. Until you reach a full finish position the width should be maintained. You should be able to make almost a full swing length through the shot. Just a touch before the top.
December 6, 2014
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Larry
Where can I purchase the rotary connect training aid??? Link says it is an error and not on your training aid page.
November 10, 2014
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R.J. (Certified RST Instructor)
Larry, As far as the Rotary Connect goes, please refer to Craig's response to Perry in the message below this one. In the mean time, if you get a basketball, volleyball, soccer ball, medicine ball to put between your knees as described with the rotary connect in the video above, it could be a decent stop gap until you can get your hands on a Rotary Connect. The balls aren't as comfortable or as efficient as the rotary connect but they will help you out. And what type of ball that you would use would be dependent on how much of a gap there is between your knees at address, which is based off of how wide your hips are (NJA). and for the rotary connect arms drill you can watch the "Tennis ball drill used by Martin Kaymer" until you can get a rotary connect for your arms as well. I hope this assists you. R.J.
November 10, 2014
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Perry
Hi, I have been practicing the takeaway quite a bit recently and I believe I have come close to "mastering" this move. However, at the top of my swing I have noticed that my right elbow bows outward more than what is exemplified in these videos and as I make contact with the ball, my hips are not square. I am looking to purchase the rotary connect in order to get a sense of what a proper back swing feels like but I can't seem to find it anywhere, do you all know where I can purchase one? Thanks!
August 28, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
We are currently out of stock for the RotaryConnect. We will notify all members when the stock is replenished. I apologize for the inconvenience. However, just FYI. The hips will be roughly 30-40 degrees open at impact with square shoulders. Also, take a look at the Over Swinging Video in the Advanced Backswing Section. Learn how to get more external humeral rotation to fix that right arm.
August 28, 2014
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Anthony
Specifically though, is there or should there be a sense of being braced in both legs during the downswing with the goal of everything (bodyweight) getting to the left side? I think I had always thought that if there was flexion or bracing in more than one leg during any part of the downswing it was a bad thing.
August 24, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Into the squat both legs should be fairly braced with support from the glutes. As you come into the strike the lead leg will start to straighten with a feeling of losing the flexion. You should feel braced in both legs, but will probably have more awareness of the lead leg because of the amount of weight distributed to it.
August 25, 2014
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Anthony
Great! Thank you, that helps a great deal.
August 25, 2014
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Anthony
In working with the rotary connect the biggest difference in how the swing feels to me is when I put it on my legs. The feeling I have when I put it on my arms isn't that unusual. However, when making practice and real swings with the rotary connect on my legs it really gives me the sensation that instead of having a braced right leg on the back swing and a kinda braced leg on the forward swing, now I feel a braced right leg, then both legs braced coming into and during impact, and then my left leg still braced and straightening. Is this a exaggerated sensation because I am not used to it or am I on to something. I guess it threw me off because prior to rotary swing all I had ever heard was right leg then left leg. I was always confused as to how one could get all of the tension and weight in the right leg to the left leg in a millisecond while still having stability. I hope this makes sense.
August 21, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Anthony. It sounds like you are on the right track. We need stability in the lower body, especially with the leg work. Being braced/posted is a good sign.
August 21, 2014
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Anthony
Specifically though, is there or should there be a sense of being braced in both legs during the downswing with the goal of everything (bodyweight) getting to the left side? I think I had always thought that if there was flexion or bracing in more than one leg during any part of the downswing it was a bad thing.
August 22, 2014
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rod
Your videos have been very helpful in breaking down the key actions of the transition but request clarification on the sequence. Does "sitting on to the left side" happen first before the downswing or simultaneously at the beginning of the downswing?
August 20, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Rod. You can look at it 2 ways. Some players need to feel the transition earlier to keep them from over swinging. I.E. Starting the downswing before the completion of the backswing. No issue with that. Other players that can get the sequence correct. Swing to the top, transition by sitting into the left (getting the sequence starting form the ground up - pulling), then continue to rotate and release into the strike.
August 20, 2014
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anthony
Great video and I definitely struggle with hip spinning. I followed the link to buy the device but looks like you no longer carry it. No longer endorse its use?
August 13, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Anthony. We still sell them. We currently sold out last week. A notice will be sent to members when stock is replenished.
August 13, 2014
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Mark
So medium and small...those are the only two size options for the Rotary Connect, is that correct? I'm 6' 4", don't have a large build, and am most interested in using the device for the lower body. Is the medium the way to go?
August 6, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Mark. I would suggest the medium. I'm 5.9 175. Normal build and the medium works just fine.
August 6, 2014
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Hugh
I have been a hip spinner forever. I received my my RotaryConnect last night and it fixed my hip spinning in just one practice session. The RotaryConnect showed me the correct move and the correct feel of the back knee in the downswing. Hip spinners, during the downswing, let their back knee collapse toward the front knee, which allows the hips to spin. If, during the downswing, your back knee moves forward toward your toes (not in), you hips cannot spin. What a change in such a short time for something I have struggled with for a long time! I can't wait to try it on the course!
August 1, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Awesome Hugh! Appreciate the good feedback. Get those hips on lock down.
August 1, 2014
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Paul
My left hip socket is starting to experience pain at impact and in the follow through its worse with words and long irons. Is there a video for me to watch so I don't cause more injury?
July 31, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Paul. You are probably pushing yourself beyond Neutral Joint Alignment. Use the Weight Shift Part 3 Video (Weight Shift Section), How the Lower Body Works Video (Downswing Section), and the Impact Alignments Face On Video (Downswing Section) to make sure you are pivoting with the hip correctly and not sliding the hip into impact.
August 1, 2014
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Ste
Please help. I just got the rotary connect, took it to the range. I am a bit of a hip spinner. I practiced hitting shots with the Rotary Connect between my knees. I can make decent contact but no distance, as expected. So now what? How do I use this in a real swing. I can take off the Rotary swing, pretend it's still on and take a swing with very little knee movement but the shots have no distance, it's a ridged stiff swing. What do I practice?
July 29, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Stephen. Now that you have the legs more stable. You need to learn how lag and release will create your club head speed. It sounds like you are still using a little too much brute force. Check out the Lag and Speed Drills in the Downswing Advanced Section.
July 29, 2014
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ivan
Hi. I just received my Rotary Connect and as I was putting into my Right leg one of the limbs broke(cracked). In such an easy way. I am suspecting to be defective. i am only 5' 6'' so not overstreching. I do not know what size was sent to me. Please advise. I have been wating a while to have the opportunity to use this gadget.
July 29, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Ivan. I'm sorry to hear that. I've actually only heard that one other time in the past few years. Please use the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page and let Customer Support know.
July 29, 2014
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David
is the rotary connect adjustable to make wider or is it one size?
July 24, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello David. I apologize. I was just informed we do have 2 different sizes available. The medium tends to fit the everyday golfer. The small will be geared towards individuals with a smaller shoulder width and pelvis width. They are however still adjustable.
July 24, 2014
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Steve
I have ordered a Rotary Connect until it comes. I am looking for.some.a device I could use to keep me from pushing from right side.
July 23, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Steve. If you are over rotating from the top with the hips. Make sure you master the Sitting into the Left Side Video in the Downswing Section. Proper weight transfer is the first key. Use the Belt Buckle Drill and the Role of the Right Foot in the Downswing Advanced Section to help control the spin and push.
July 23, 2014
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gordon
Is the Rotary Connect for just above the knees the same one that you show on your product list for the arms?
July 22, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Yes, it is the same.
July 22, 2014
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Steve
Would swing a golf club with a beachball between my legs help in learning to keep the space between my legs on the back swing?
July 22, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
It would help in the backswing. Just be careful coming down that it doesn't inhibit proper leg movement or weight transfer.
July 22, 2014
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David
Is this the same device as the one for the arms?
July 22, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Yes, David.
July 22, 2014
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Juan
Please, let me know if the rotary connect is available again, or if you find a substitute Thanks
May 18, 2014
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Juan, we are working to find a good substitute for the rotary connect. We will keep everyone updated to its progress when we find one. Thanks
May 18, 2014
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nigel
Wow, one of those would really help me. Please do let me know when I could get my hands on one. Or us there something we could put together ourselves to do the job?
May 9, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
We are still not able to get the connects. There are a number of members that have tried to make something that works like this and you are certainly welcome to try and do so yourself. Just make sure whatever you make fits the width you need exactly.
May 9, 2014
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gary
Is the rotary connect training aid still available?
April 24, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Gary, not at at the moment. We are trying to find a solution on the soonest side possible.
April 25, 2014
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Ryan
Any luck on where we can find the rotary connect????? Awesome trainig aid that for me would def help fix a few problems at once!!!!!
April 15, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
We are continuing to look for a solution in regards to this matter and we hope to have some resolve as soon as possible. We will let all the members know the news when we have some.
April 16, 2014
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ivan
How can I get a rotary connect
April 8, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
We are still working to find a solution to the connect and we will keep you members posted when we have something concrete.
April 8, 2014

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