This test result can support skill experienced coaches an important reference. Coaches can simplest explain to the learners that the RCP is the peak on the spinal axis, thus the least shift of RCP means the spinal axis is very steady during body rotation (it is the simplest observing method). Coaches must instruct learners with (1) the proper hips and legs motion and (1) a perfect chest up upper body as the RCP steady.
(1) RCP shift area is not over a 460cc wood driver sweet spot area. (2) RCP almost no move at upswing until the end top to lower down. (3) To maintain the former lower down RCP position and then move up to the original stance position at impact. (4) Just before the impact and to the mid follow through stages, her RCP backwards to the target. (5) The RCP return to the original stance position when at the late follow through stage.
Is some meaningful explain from Paige Spiranac`s RCP style? Yes it is very fantastic style and will be continued in the later post.