It's as simple as going from red to green. The red indicator points towards the center of the body at address. The green indicator should point at the target at impact! See video below.
HOW TO START
We recommend following our training program to get used to your Impact Press: Off the ball exercises, shaft parallel to head down, lead arm parallel to shaft parallel, finishing up with full swings. See the video's below!
OFF THE BALL
Off the ball exercise: begin standing tall, club parallel to the ground, red indicator pointing at the center of your mid-section. This would be address. Then just move the club so the green indicator would point at the target. You can follow this up by getting into golf posture doing the same. See video below.
Shaft parallel to head down: After getting setup with red indicator pointing towards the center of your body, take the club and move it to shaft parallel to the ground in the backswing. From there get the green indicator to point at target at impact. The finish will be shy of shaft parallel to the ground in the through swing. The clubhead will point downward towards the ground. See the video below.
Lead arm parallel to shaft parallel: After getting setup with red indicator pointing towards the center of your body, take the club and move it to lead arm parallel to the ground in the backswing (L position). From there get the green indicator to point at target at impact. The finish will be at shaft parallel to the ground in the through swing. See the video below.
If you have any questions or concerns with how to use the Impact Press or troubleshooting questions we have you covered. Our video below will cover some common problems golfers may have. Just make sure you follow the Impact Press program on how to begin usage. Always pick a target when practicing for proper feedback. We suggest smaller and slower movements at first for enhance feels.
HOW TO START
How to setup, move, and what Impact Press will do for you!
First on the ball exercise: Shaft parallel to club head down.
Second on the ball exercise: Lead arm parallel to shaft parallel.
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