Tour Tempo SpeedBall Power Module Training Tool
Now, for the 1st time in the history of Golf, the SpeedBall® correctly applies the proven principle of progressive resistance training to the golf swing. This is applied thru the Power Module Resistance Tails. They provide the correct amount of resistance at impact, the point in the swing where you need clubhead speed. This teaches you to accelerate thru the ball at impact.
The Tour Tempo® SpeedBall® System uses the proven scientific principle of progressive resistance training to increase your clubhead speed. The Resistance Tails are scientifically designed to provide just the right amount of resistance to progressively overload your golf muscles at impact. This (1) programs your subconscious mind to increase clubhead speed at and thru impact, and (2) also trains your body to apply the correct forces to keep the clubhead on the proper path thru impact. These are two of the keys to longer & straighter golf shots. Below is a chart showing how your clubhead speed at impact affects the carry distance of a 5-iron and a Driver. If your Driver clubhead speed is 100 MPH, then you will swing your 5-iron approximately 90% of that speed because of the difference in length of the clubs. And, of course, the rest of the yardage carry difference is due to the loft of the respective clubs.
Why training with just a Golf Ball will never dramatically increase your Distance and Power.
According to the book, The Search for the Perfect Swing (the definitive study on the application of science to the golf swing), clubhead speed is the main factor in determining distance. If the most important factor for increasing distance is Clubhead Speed at Impact, then the only way to dramatically increase your distance is to dramatically increase your clubhead speed. Before the SpeedBall®, there has been no safe way to dramatically and quickly increase your clubhead speed without losing accuracy. With the SpeedBall®, when you add speed, you also improve your directional control, resulting in consistently straighter shots. The chart above gives you the hard facts on distance. It°«s physics – you want to carry the ball 254 yards in the air? Well, then you°«re going to have to have a clubhead speed of 110 MPH thru impact.
Fact: It makes no difference what (legal) club you use, the material it°«s made of, how it°«s constructed or the length of the shaft – if you°«re clubhead is not going 110 MPH, you°«re not going to carry the ball 254 yards!
Athletes in other sports have applied the proven scientific technique of progressive resistance training to increase strength and speed. A good example of this is a weight lifter working out on a lat pull down machine. In order to increase their strength, they will progressively increase the number of plates that they lift. This provides progressive resistance, adding resistance in specific, progressive amounts. Over time, their muscles react to this by increasing in size to handle the increase in the workload. The machine they are working on is also targeting a specific area of the body, the muscles known as the lats (latissimus dorsi). This is what the SPEEDBALL® equipment does. It provides progressive resistance training, targeting the specific point in the swing where it is needed the most, impact. No weighted club, nor swing fan will do this. However, if our weight lifter would continue to work out with just 1 plate engaged on the machine, they would not expect to make dramatic gains in strength. By definition, they would not be applying progressive resistance. It would be static, unchanging resistance. Hitting balls at the range is like using only one plate all the time and does not apply the scientically proven principle of Progressive Resistance Training to the Golf Swing. Yet this is what golfers do when they just hit balls at the range. Since the size and weight of the golf ball are never going to change, just hitting golf balls will never provide the golfer with the benefits of progressive weight resistance. Just hitting golf balls would be like using one plate on the lat pull down machine and expecting dramatic gains in strength.
How does the TOUR TEMPO® SpeedBall® System correctly apply progressive resistance training to the golf swing?
It is applied by what we call the Resistance Tails. There are two included in the Power Module, a short tail and a long tail. They apply progressive amounts of air and weight resistance at and thru impact, the exact place that we want to increase and sustain clubhead speed.
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