2 Minutes to Consistency

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Cool Announcement… (and Better Consistency in Under 2 Minutes)

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]Ok! We have a lot to cover today so let’s get right to it…

First things first, your survey results are in and I heard you loud and clear!

I asked what topic you most wanted to see covered…[/text_block]

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]By a huge margin you wanted better consistency in your full swing…

And now comes the cool announcement…

We are taking your survey answers and putting together a free training series addressing the exact topics you said you most wanted to learn about…

I’m going to be sending the lessons straight to your inbox over the next few days… starting with the first one right now!

OK, so here’s the deal when it comes to consistency…

Some of it simply comes down to experience and practice…

But that does NOT mean all you can do is bang out bucket after bucket at the range hoping something magically *clicks*.

Far from it.

The truth is there are specific aspects of the swing that really drive consistency, and once you know how, you can easily isolate and train them.

I call them the 4 “Consistency Keys.”

And they don’t require you to overhaul your swing… you simply need to make a few minor tweaks.

In the video below I’m going to show you a drill to work on 1 of the 4 “Consistency Keys.”

If you give it a try I can guarantee you will become more consistent swinger of the golf club.

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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]Hope you enjoyed that!

It’s a super easy drill but I’ve gotten amazing results with my students because it helps them understand the feeling of staying “connected” through the swing.

Staying connected is one of the cornerstones of consistency… In fact it’s SO important that I’ve dubbed it one of the 4 “Consistency Keys.”

When you lose that connection your upper and lower body get out of synch, you rely way too much on perfect timing, and it becomes really difficult to make consistent, solid contact.

So work this drill on the range…

Get the feeling of staying connected…

And bring that feeling to your full swing…

guarantee your consistency woes will be a thing of the past!

That’s today’s lesson and the first in our new training series based on the feedback from your survey…

Stay tuned to your email because I have much more coming your way![/text_block]

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