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Comment from: Steve Wozeniak PGA [Visitor] Email
As an Instructor you should be teaching your students how to swing with absolutely NO PRESSURE on the rotator cuff!! Bad instruction is why people have torn rotator cuffs, bad backs and aching joints. In all GREAT swings players have no pressure on the cuffs.
Steve Wozeniak PGA Director of Instruction Bellevue/Lake Spanaway Golf Courses
03/22/08 @ 20:50
Comment from: Steve Wozeniak PGA [Visitor] Email
Was in Barnes/Noble today and read it as requested.

MY GOSH swing plane has nothing to do with taking pressure off of the rotator cuff!! Baseball players get torn rotator cuff's with crappy swings and they have a flat swing plane. Players must keep the arm connected to the shoulder which INCLUDES the Pec and Lat muscles which you touched on. The key to taking pressure off is players MUST hinge the left elbow while keeping the arm Connected at 100 miles per hour. Simple Physics dictate this not me!! Anybody can do this with an upright or flat swing if they learn the simple fundementals that are in ALL great swings. Steve Wozeniak PGA Director of Instruction Bellevue/Lake Spanaway Golf Courses
03/28/08 @ 17:10
Comment from: Heated Shoulder Pads [Visitor]
not going close to anyone or not living existence. Why would anybody want to avoid it? It only makes you enhance and turn out to be much better.
07/27/10 @ 00:42
My advice is just don't consider on board the negative comments that other make by knowing it is her problem not yours.
07/27/10 @ 11:41
If it's 'constructive' and 'criticism', it's an Oxymoron. Nevertheless, 'constructive' is a tag picked up voluntarily and the process is purely subjective. If ever someone feels hurt, he ought to leave the field to the others. There is a concept called 'Swakucha mardanam' that implies self-gratification (because none else is coming forward to do it, without hurting). A discussion or even a forum for it permits no self-centered human emotions.
08/02/10 @ 02:52
Comment from: Pedro Cyfers [Visitor] Email
You gave tremendous positive points there. I did a search on the topic and found most peoples will agree with your blog. And it can be even more fun to have a debate or a discussion about the things you disagree on.
09/06/10 @ 19:32

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