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  • Frozen Divots - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    A quick 2D drawing of one of the Angular Momentum going on in the golf swing. Please excuse the sloppiness, just a quick jot for some...

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  • markponi - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    I want to know the physics and then apply it to the golf swing. What I'm trying to say is that I've been watching videos and doing simple problems to relearn what the fuck torque and angular velocity and angular momentum and mass and force and all...
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  • Paul - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Frozen Divots wrote:
    Would it help if we emphasized the conservation of L in the first place as a way to understand achieving L leading T (whoops) - T leading L ? In other words is it already assumed by some but maybe not fully appreciated by others (don't know).

    Yes,...
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  • Frozen Divots thanks user 'Acadian' in the forum message ' Angular Momentum Chases Torque'.
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  • Dinah Shores Nabisco - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Not to sidetrack, but speaking of shoulders & torque (hope Bradley doesn’t mind me pulling this from his thread). The image of the square shoulders on the right really caught my eye as it relates to using the upper body correctly and what went on...
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  • Les Murray - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Jim T wrote:
    I get maintain the radius and let rotation do the work from this. The inward forces creates the clubs orbit it's not from hands push or pull. Really the shoulders do the work.

    I don't even like to feel my shoulders are involved until after impact....
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  • alvin - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFDZuGlXHgo

    I love the way this guy says "momeeeentum". Forget about it, at 2:47: "Timing of the wrist snap is key to C.O.A.M." (the double "pulse")

    Talk all you want about L chasing T. What are you going to do...
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  • Jim T - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    I get maintain the radius and let rotation do the work from this. The inward forces creates the clubs orbit it's not from hands push or pull. Really the shoulders do the work.
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  • sidewinder - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    "When I am really hitting it good I don't feel any speed until impact. It almost feels like I place the club on the ball..."

    The free ride settling and preparing to execute the intention.
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  • go9th thanks user 'LesMurray' in the forum message ' Angular Momentum Chases Torque'.
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  • Jim Franks - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    If I am getting you FD it's when the release occurs and you 'turn the corner' in Elkspeak. It's why you need to approach from the inside with a slightly open face so the vector is kicked more targetward than what the approach path was.

    Is this the...
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  • Jim Franks thanks user 'nfbandon' in the forum message ' Angular Momentum Chases Torque'.
    2 hours 52 minutes ago
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