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I 'm going to chronicle my progress with C-motion. I started it 3 months and 2 weeks ago. It continue to deliver for me everytime I pick up a club. I have gone to the range a lot to experiment. Once I got the basics down I couldn't help but hit a solid shot.
My swing is a product of Lee Comeaux’s “CMOTION. This method is detailed in several topics in the “Lee Comeauxs - Its just a Motion” group. – The group has 6,851 views and a lot happenfing. The current thread is “C-MOTION - the New or revised PUSH/SLAP, Leecomotion.” It’s [predessesor thread was up to 120 pages and was pinned so the discussion could start over for the benefit of people wanting to get the gist w/o reading so much.
C-Motion is for real dirters. You don’t have to “defect” from your current approach. I tried it out for kicks 3 months and two weeks. I remember it perfectly because I starting hitting the ball flush like never before. I haven’t looked back. If you are looking to make better, more consistent contact with the ball then check out the thread. You owe it to yourself to check it out.
A very brief introduction to C-Motion:
- Lee Comeaux (pronounced Como) is swing theorist, master of motion, and golf genius in the same vein as Sevam1.
- Leecommotion – aka C-motion. Name given to a method for an extremely easy and efficient way of transferring energy to the clubhead – which is all that matters.
- C-motion flies in the face of traditional teaching and turns control of the golf swing over to the right side hand and arm.
- To facilitate the moment you need to get your whole right hand on the club.. This entails a 10-finger or two-hand grip.
- Equilibrium/balance is key. IF you move a lot of weight to the right in the backswing, then you need to get it all back and through impact. That involves a lot of movement and requires great timing to be repeatable. C-motion offers an alternative – it’s not stack and tilt either.
- C-motion is all about feeling your swing. Perception of where your body is in space is regulated by the inner ear – essentially two gyroscopes in your head. If they tilt during the swing “You’re toast!” as Mike once said in one of his early videos (not about the head though).