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One of the reasons that hockey players end up being successful golfers, is that they know how to push the ground away from them to create movement. Use a medicine ball or furniture mover to do an open chain type of lower body movement where the trail leg pushes on an angle of away from the target and behind you (about 30-45 degrees). Then, while keeping the foot on the ground, if you feel the same push, then you will create rotation without early extending (standing up).
Playlists: Pivot Drills
Tags: Transition, Drill, Intermediate