Rotary Swing 2.0 Takes a Turn to Revolutionize Golf Instruction

Last week, I spent four days working with Alison Thietje of Motion Memory Golf in St. Louis, MO. Alison and I had been talking about teaming up because our ideas of the swing are so incredibly similar, but approached from two different angles. I’m primarily concerned with sending the ball to the target with the proper compression, trajectory and shot shape and have developed a swing model that allows golfers of all levels to do that using the body as the primary mover in the swing. Alison is primarily concerned with how the body moves in the golf swing from a medical and biomechanical perspective and uses neurokinetics to engrain “muscle memory”. Put the two together and you have a match made in heaven for golfers.

As a golf instructor who has always advocated the use of the core to power the golf swing, it was very exciting for me to work with someone who could explain the exact “How” to my “What and Why” in my swing model. Alison’s teaching model she has developed is unlike anything else in the market place and fits perfectly with ALL aspects of Rotary Swing, including the “Mushin Golf” mental aspects and this has prompted us to look into moving further down the road with introducing a product to the golf market unlike anything ever seen before. We plan to show the golf world at large the irrefutable biomechanically correct way to swing a golf club that will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. The swing model is still very simple, in fact, even simpler, but there is a very specific way that it must be learned. In order to best present our ideas to the world, we are looking into producing a DVD or set of DVD’s that will completely change your understanding of the golf swing, so stay tuned as we get closer to this momentus occasion in golf instruction!

-Chuck

10 thoughts on “Rotary Swing 2.0 Takes a Turn to Revolutionize Golf Instruction”

  1. Great question Hayes! Will members be given some tidbits to get a head start on the general public? I am sure that getting financial agreements in order and producing a DVD is not a terribly quick process…

  2. Sounds great Chuck. Looking forward to the exercise vids.

    Like hayes, I have been incorporating the med ball, as demo’s by Allison in her video seminar, into my exercise routine. Just hope that I’m doing the routine correctly.

  3. Chuck I live in Orlando, and have played Sugarloaf twice, but Im just wondering if you and Alison need a guinea pig for your models and upcoming DVD’S? Ive been coming to this site for the past 3yrs (only been playing 5yrs) and my scores have dropped from the high 80’s to the mid 70’s just by reading the captions to your videos. But this 2.0 swing has really captivated me, Im addicted, Ive been using these techniques and my ball striking is something I thought was unattainable, but I see and feel the difference and so does my back. I want to know more, I don’t if doing everything correctly, but shot a 78 at Champions Gate this past Saturday. If it was for putting even lower, missed 2 eagle putts and 4 birdies, that’s exciting. The other 3 guys notice a difference, and asked whats going on here, and I let them know about this website, and this new biomechanic golf swing. Im not a member, because I had a bad experince with another web site, and Golf Tech. But I think I’ve been using some of these principles all along, just hungry for more. Hopefully I can get my wife to be a member here : )

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