GOLF: How To Use Your Hips Like Dustin Johnson To Create More Power and DIstance

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How To Use Your Hips Like Dustin Johnson
To Create More Power And Distance

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I talk a lot in videos about how the hips work in terms of rotation, but in this video, I talk about how they work up and down in the golf swing. I want to provide you some simple thoughts and feels you can use to gain power and distance. I also show you a close look at how Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson are using these exact same moves in their own swings.
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Comments

todd sieja says:

Awesome! Will you address the obliques——if I don’t use them my downswing suffers! When I do – I can get over to my left and finish my swing? Your thoughts? Thanks always- Todd

Joel Smith says:

Another great, easy to understand video…..Thanks

legend ._. says:

damn everyone's converting to gg's move

spot mfd says:

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Scott Rouillard says:

Great video. This made clear what words just cannot explain adequately. Thanks Eric.

Meek Rodriguez says:

Awesome videos

roger king says:

I understand down, and I understand up. This a great and simple motion. Thank =You ERIC!

Thomas Fraser says:

The range of motion of our hip joint is only around 20 degrees. And one side swivels up the other side swivels down. When we stop the swiveling of our independent hip joints and attempt to turn our hips joints as a singular hip this is where we get our selves in trouble. Our knees and feet responds in kind to our swiveling 'hips'. Cheers.

Burtea Alexandru says:

Always, good lessons! Thanks!

Kirk Clements says:

hip is a ball & socket joint oneach side of the pelvis – you seem to use pelvis and hips like they are the same thing

stevenolmstead says:

Another great video Eric! Noticing how soon in the downswing (Justin Thomas) begins this upward movement. One of the most important things that I have come to realize in learning/incorporating new swing movements into my golf swing is how fast the downswing really is ( ~0.25 seconds). Golf instruction is typically taught in a slow-motion format. It would be almost impossible to see/learn new movements watching the instructor/the Pros swing full speed. In my humble opinion, most of us struggle hitting the ball well because we do not initiate the proper movements in the downswing soon enough.

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