Discover Your Power Angle
Even if your swing lacks power, you have a Power Angle. It's part of you, embedded in your DNA and in your physique. To locate it, stand with your feet together and your arms hanging freely at your sides. Now turn your palms so that they face directly away from you.
Notice how this causes your forearms to angle away from vertical. This angle as you see illustrated is your personal, constant Power Angle. You'll notice that Reggie and I have slight differences in our angles, based on our different bodies. That's the key everyone has their own unique Power Angle.
I call it the Power Angle because it's the arm position that allows you to generate you guessed it the most power, whether you're lifting weights, carrying wood or swinging a club. It's important to understand that your Power Angle isn't a simple static measurement. It pops up all over your swing in your arms, legs, spine and in your clubshaft.
Good players have found a way to repeat their Power Angle without even knowing it existed. My research puts you one step ahead, whether your goal is more home runs or longer, more accurate drives.