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  1. Glad you guys figured out the radar. When the number blinks that means it recorded the same speed twice.
  2. @tchat07 We would be happy to send you the new revised protocols via email. We are close to having them up on the site. If you'd like send us an email info@superspeedgolf.com and we can get you squared away. Thanks! @Mike Lambert We would be happy to email you the new protocols as well.
  3. We just wanted to commend everyone on sticking with the program. We are also glad to see the gains! Looking forward to a faster 2019!
  4. @goaliewales14 that's a great question that we are often asked. The SuperSpeed drills work on increasing club head speed but also better sequencing of the swing. Typically one will see an increased swing speed with either better accuracy or accuracy will stay the same. If one is having issues after we encourage them to do some face control and impact location drills which can clean it up quickly. Hope that helps! Thanks everyone for their posts here. Feel free to ask any questions to us directly and we will answer them.
  5. @GolfSpy MPR Hi, we often see a ten finger grip work best on the left handed swings. Even the highest level tour players will sometimes use a different grip on their non dominant side. We would also recommend wearing a glove on both hands during the training. It may help for you to video your left handed swing to see if you're doing something different mechanically that is causing the issue. The left handed swings start out uncoordinated if you have never done them before but get better fairly quickly. Some coaching may be needed on those for you. If none of those suggestions work your options would be cut out the non dominant swings or take time off from the training.
  6. @revkev We wanted that day of rest in between each session for recovery of the nervous system. That day of rest can be important to maintain/increase speeds on the next session, reduce injury risk, and not get sloppy during the training. We are glad all the testers are learning about how their body responds to this type of training. If you must go back to back days attempt a morning session the first day and an evening session the following day to spread them apart more. Report back to us how the speed is on the back to back days. Some people end up only training 2x per week which is the absolute minimum we recommend but 3x per week gets better results.
  7. @sirchunksalot hey Jason, just sent you an email as well but figured I would post for the others to see as well. The owner of the radar company has been great at fixing any damaged radars, even those that looked like they had no chance at fixing. Anyone who has an issue send an email to adilz@cinci.rr.com and he will often fix it for no charge or a minimal fee.
  8. Great to see some of you breaking through that plateau phase! It is important for the readers to hear that the plateau comes for most everyone but you will come out of it. @Jon Brittan We are looking for the SuperSpeed protocols to be done while the person is the most fresh physically and neurologically. If someone is pre fatigued from a gym program or playing a round of golf they typically will be slower training after. That being said it is not a black and white rule. We appreciate you bringing up this point. We want people to train when they feel the best and are getting the most out of the sessions. If later in the day is working better definitely stick with that but don't be afraid to experiment. @mpatrickriley We all have an athletic ceiling where our potential for speed will be at a maximum. We don't really know for sure exactly but we would guess most people are operating around 50-60% of their potential. This athletic ceiling is developed by what types of explosive activities you did as a kid and your unique genetic makeup. If you didn't do fast or powerful movements as a child it doesn't mean you won't be able to gain more speed, it just means you most likely will never be a Cameron Champ. Through the SuperSpeed training we can begin to tap into more of that potential by activating what are called Motor Units. At some point you will max out and won't be able to gain more speed. It takes some work to get to that max out phase though. The first 2 SuperSpeed training protocols will yield the biggest gains. From there the gains will be slower and smaller but still happen. The plateau phase can also be longer.
  9. @revkev The new protocols you guys are going through are basically the same as the ones on the current website so the results would be comparable. They start to shift a little more as we add new drill positions in the next few levels. The new protocols are close to being on the new website. Thanks for the comment!
  10. Hey MGS testers, just wanted to throw up that link to the articles/videos we spoke of from Steven Buzza on GolfWRX. Really interesting data on what happens when people try to swing for distance versus accuracy. We see the same thing in our testing. Kyle http://www.golfwrx.com/529216/buzza-golf-should-you-focus-on-distance-or-dispersion-for-better-tee-shots/ http://www.golfwrx.com/528094/watch-drive-the-ball-straighter-by-trying-to-hit-it-farther/
  11. Hi all, the Reverend had a great question. Group training is a big focus for us. We set up group training or speed clinics at facilities all over the world so golfers can work together and push each other. With the gains over the first 6 weeks it is a big motivator for those to continue to the next protocol. If people didn't see gains that quickly it may become more frustrating causing a drop out from the program. With that extra motivation the plateau phase that comes after isn't as mentally challenging. We encourage SuperSpeed users to at minimum get through the first 2 protocols where they will see the biggest gains. If they discontinue for a period of time after then the speeds don't typically drop back down much if at all. It is very similar to a gym program in that you will see gains and plateaus. Just the way we are built. But once you get over the plateaus it is a great feeling!
  12. Hi Jason, I think you are spot on about looking into your driver. We have commonly found that once someone gains a good amount of speed as you have their current driver no longer is suitable for them. Spin often increases too much. The amount of speed you have gained with each SuperSpeed clubs has been outstanding and if it isn't transferring over that is the first place to look. Do you know how much your current driver weighs in total? Down the line you may also want to look at doing a ball fitting as that can change too. The good thing is that it is the off season so it is a good time for you to focus on speed and then as the spring hits you will be better suited to take this new speed to the course. One other test you could try is to measure some max out driver swings using the radar but not hitting a ball. Let us know how those numbers look. Kyle
  13. Tempo is certainly important for each individual player. However, each player does need to find the best tempo that will work for them to produce consistent results. We have found that by increasing the overall athleticism and efficiency of the golf swing, a player will fall into a much more consistent and repeatable tempo. This happens as a result of proper sequencing in the golf swing.