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Question from Anonymous
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7/29/2014 at 2:26 AM
Can I do this exercise also with weights? If yes, with what kind of weights?
Luggi Germany
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Question from Eric N
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7/29/2014 at 12:14 AM
Martin,
I love your dvd's and have learned so much. I feel like I am becoming a more consistent golfer and thus enjoying the game. Saturday night, I purchased a "lot" of dvd's through Revolution Golf that Justin Tupper had made available at a ridiculously low price. I have been wlatching Jim McLean and trying to understand his approach to striking the ball. You have taught, I think, that as we go through the take-away in our swing, that our weight should not leave the left side of our body so that we don't "sway" away from the ball, but rather stay over the ball, with most of weight on the left leg to add power to the swing, and follow through so that many of the would be faults might not occur. It seems that Jim teaches the opposite, that we should naturally rest the weight on the right leg at address as we take away, (transferring the weight on the right leg), and then eventually ending up with our weight on the left side of our body. Is his methodology "old school" as opposed to what you've been teaching or am I missing something here? I am a bit confused. I know you are busy and this question doesn't concern a particular daily tip, but anything you could do to straighten this out for me would help. Thanks in advance.
Eric Nielson
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Comment from Anonymous
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7/28/2014 at 9:06 PM
Don I was reading my July copy of Golf Canada today and there is article called "How the top Players Roll" it was showing the foam roller move you talked about a couple of weeks ago. Just like you said it was a great way to loosen up or work "Hot Spots"
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Comment from RONALD R
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7/28/2014 at 7:19 PM
Sorry Don, but this is not rowing. Maybe paddling, but never rowing!
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Answer from Chris M
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7/28/2014 at 8:59 PM
Picky, picky, picky. I can row a boat, Don and Ron -- canoe?
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Question from Jim D
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7/28/2014 at 6:56 PM
My shoulders are OK I think, but the neck is not happy.

Do you know any good exercises for the neck?

Jim DeFerrari
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7/28/2014 at 6:23 PM
Don, I have a job which for years has been particularly manual, an interstate truck driver to be more specific and here in Australia we get in and do it. My problem now is that I have sore shoulders and I feel it is due to cartlidge and ligament wear and tear. Currently I am using some natural remedies from some of the best businesses in the world and they seem to be working and only time will tell but when I sleep it feels a though a knife is being driven into the middle of my shoulder joints and consequently 1. I can't or don't sleep well and I can't get comfortable 2. I wake up with tired and weak shoulder joints and the result is my shoulders have dull pain all day and they feel heavy.
Hoping you can help me with this with any suggestion at al because I still hit a golf ball okay but at the end of the round when I have cooled down the knife feels as though it has been reinserted

Radar
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Answer from Anonymous
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7/28/2014 at 7:00 PM
You need to rule out a shoulder AC separation and or torn rotator cuff.
IF .... those are the only two places with such pain? E.G. not the knees.
Use your insurance or if a Veteran ... the V.A. near you.
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Comment from Tom J
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7/28/2014 at 2:07 PM
Nice, simple, effective. LH Tom