Classic Golf Swing Mechanics | Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

The QATSPY Golfer’s Sports Page: Golf Swing Tips

The QATSPY Golfer's Sports Page: Golf Swing Tips

By: Charles W. Boatright

How to Apply Einstein’s Law of Relativity to Classic Golf Swing Mechanics

A practical application of Albert Einstein’s Law of Relativity can be applied to the classic golf swing mechanics to help the golfer understand how power and speed can be maximized. It deals with how the golf club can actually be accelerated through the impact area when the wrists are Synced and Preset in relativity with the wrists setting the lower forearms. But the more practical application of Einstein’s Law of Relativity is how the golfer can use relative mechanics to improve their power, acceleration, control, and speed, using the relative position of elbows with the shoulders. Synchronizing the golfer’s elbows with the shoulders offers the golfer a huge mechanical advantage.

 

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein riding a bicycle to demonstrate how he came up with his Theory on Relativity.

Albert Einstein was once asked how he came up with his Theory of Relativity, and he replied, “I thought of that while riding my bicycle”. While riding my ten-speed bicycle, I discovered a perfect relative golf swing mechanism that any golfer could use to maximize their classic golf swing mechanics for power, acceleration, control, and speed in their golf swing. The classic golf swing mechanics are more about using finesse of golf swing mechanics to take advantages of the golfer’s and muscle memory. This is opposed the golfer just using sheer muscle strength and power of trying to swing the arms (upper arm) and forearms faster.

Like Albert Einstein Theory of Relativity, it’s not so much how the golfer can generate force, but how the golfer can synchronize the wrists with the lower forearms and the elbows with the shoulders to improve their golfer classic swing mechanics.

How the Golfer Can Use the Same Muscle to Produce Power and Speed

One reason that synchronization is important to the golfer is that the golfer can’t use the same muscles independently to produce power (high threshold muscle) and also produce speed (low threshold muscles). You hear professional golfers explain that they rely on their core muscles to produce speed at impact, instead of trying to swing the arms and forearms faster. That is a little confusing for the golfer to understand. But this article will help the golfer understand what the professional golfer is referring to accomplish.

ten-speed bicycle classic golf swing mechanics

The ten-speed bicycle sprockets used to create both power and speed.

 

The Anatomy of the Professional Golf Swing Mechanics

The professional and low-handicap golfers have learned to synchronize their wrists with their forearms and their elbows with their shoulders and core muscles to produce power and speed. The golfer is using their shoulders and elbows as sprockets, illustrated above in the ten-speed bicycle sprockets. This was the exactly what Arnold Palmer was trying to get President Eisenhower to do during a Pro-Am by keeping his right elbow next, or relative, to his right side, thus the term Relativity. One of the key elements that Arnold Palmer was alluding to in the golf swing is the ability for the golfer to keep the elbows, particularly the right elbow (for a right-handed golfer) close to their side. This technique produces power in the takeaway and speed in the downswing by synchronizing these two sprockets, the elbows and shoulders.

 

Applying Relativity to the Golfer’s Classic Golf Swing Mechanics

Here is where Einstein’s relativity applies to the golfer’s classic golf swing mechanics. A golfer can gain significant advantages from the ten-speed bicycle, mainly how the sprockets are synchronized with each other to produce power and speed. If you’ve ever ridden a single-speed bicycle and compared the performance of the single-speed with that of a ten-speed bicycle, it doesn’t take the cyclist long to figure out the advantages that sprocket mechanics of a ten-speed bicycle provides. The golfer is essentially using their elbows and shoulders as sprockets and how the elbows are synchronized with the shoulders to produce power, acceleration, control, and speed.

 

The golfer uses their elbows to coil the core muscles for power in the takeaway; and their shoulders are then used to rotate the arms, elbows, and forearms for speed in the downswing. Treat the arm (upper arm) like the bicycle chain, linking the two sprockets. The two sprockets and chain that propels the bicycle forward with power at the start and how the cyclist, or golfer in this case, can are shifted at the top of the golf swing demonstrates perfectly how the ESPY Golf Swing is established and executed. The ten-speed bicycle can actually unravel the enigma of classic golf swing mechanics.

 

In classic golf swing mechanics, the golfer is using sprocket mechanics to automatically synchronize the wrists with the forearms and the elbows with the shoulders to capitalize on the huge core muscles in the upper and lower body. But, the mechanics can also be used to synchronize the golfer’s mind with the body by providing mental confidence on the golf course. Mental confidence is probably the biggest advantage that The ESPY Golf Swing Coach provides the golfer. The golfer doesn’t feel like they have to muster every golf shot in order to hit each green in regulation (GIR).

The Great Qatspy

My grandfather, The Great Qatspy, at Yellowstone National Park in 1927.

 

The Yogi Berra Quote Relatively Applied to Golf

Like Yogi Berra once stated in one of his famous quotes, “You don’t have to swing hard to hit a home run. If you got the timing and technique, it’ll go.” My golf coach, my grandfather, Homer Boatright, The Great Qatspy pictured above, added the word technique while he was developing his golf instructional manual in 1927.

 

In addition to the ten-speed bicycle sprockets in the ESPY Golf Swing, the golfer can use two other relative mental techniques, the boxing gloves and the baseball-style golf swing swing. The boxing glove wristbands are the key to allow the golfer to understand and feel how to properly Sync and Preset their left wrists with the lower right forearm and elbows with the shoulders, as illustrated above. The golfer, using the baseball-style golf swing shown below, compares the golf swing vs baseball swing, can allow the golfer to tap in on a well-established motor-skill learned at a young age. Most of us don’t, or didn’t, even think about the mechanics in our baseball swing standing in the batter’s box. Especially if you were looking at a 85mph fastball. And this is the key to the golfer’s swing, as well, is not to have to think. These motor-skills develop in the baseball-style golf swing are essentially transferred this muscle memory, or finesse, that is critical in producing power, acceleration, control, and speed in our golf swing.

 

To help the golfer take advantage of their classic golf swing mechanics to maximize their power and speed, purchase your copy of The ESPY Golf Swing Coach from the links below, or visit your local bookstore:

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My book can also be purchased at Edwin Watts Golf Store in Jackson, Mississippi. Phone No. 601-956-8784
820 East County Line Road, Ridgeland, MS 39157

Please take advantage of my SR-925 Diet Program, where I lost 6 inches in my waist in 3- months (FREE of CHARGE) with the CASPER Workout Program, detailed in Section 20 of my book:

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Please include an exercise routine in your weekly schedule.

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