PivotPro Golf Training Aid PivotPro is the first pivot training aid for golfers of all caliber and ages. With its easy to use and versatile design, PivotPro is a revolutionary golf training aid that is specifically designed to promote correct pivoting in your golf swing. The secret to PivotPro success is that it forces you to pivot correctly ingraining correct fundamentals resulting in proper coiling of the upper torso against the rig ht leg, creating maximum resistance that leads to more power, consistency, proper weight distribution, and footwork, its like having your own professional instructor. PivotPro Will Fix Your Golf Swing * Excessive Sway - swaying hips result in a poor weight shift, and power loss * Over the Top Move - It prevents casting of the club and over the top move * ReversePivot- If you suffer from reverse pivoting, lack of club head speed or a balanced finish. * Master to stay centered over the ball. * Master to swing the club on the correct plain. * Master a powerful coil. * Master your spine angle. * Master proper footwork and balance. Jim McLean Endorses PivotPro Jim McLean is the 1994 PGA National Teacher of the Year, owner of the Jim McLean Golf Schools. Jim is probably best known for his research on the golf swing and his work on The X-Factor ©, which describes in detail, body motions, body angles and body positions. The X-Factor © and Y-Factor © are just a few terms Jim has coined over the last 3 decades of golf research. The Pivot Pro Golf Training: Many golfers don't even realize that they are swaying during their golf swing. What is a sway and how can it affect your golf swing? A sway is the sideways movement of your hips during the golf swing or the lateral movement of center of your balance. In other words, your center of gravity shifts outside your right foot or it can be a combination where your right hip moves laterally outside you right foot and your upper body leans back towards the target. Swaying in a golf swing - Number One Mistake Golfers make Most golfers, who sway, also lock their back knee during the back swing. The locked knee forces the body to lean back towards the target, producing a reverse pivot- as shown in the picture above. The problem is compounded if you don't address the root of the problem. If you try to address the reverse pivot without correcting the knee or the sway, the problem will, and often does return....leaving you frustrated.
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