ONLINE VIDEO ANALYSIS
WITH BOB GRISSETT
Are you frustrated with the current state of your game? You can now work with Bob from the comfort of your home. Are You Tired Of Going To The Range And Not Seeing Any Improvement In Your Game?
Here’s How To Hire a GolfTips Magazine Top 25 Instructor in America Online No Matter Where You’re Located.
I Will Guide You Through Exactly How To Transform Your Swing To Change Your Game Forever
Using your smartphone and a V1 App, you are able to work one-on-one with Bob utilizing his Online Coaching Performance Program using Your Phone or Tablet. Get immediate feedback!
With the explosion of mobile apps and good quality video on mobile devices the playing field is equal, allowing everyone, no matter where you live, to take a lesson from one of the Top 25 Instructors in America.
The mobile video quality is just outstanding and continues to improve. For example, Apple iPhone’s are able to capture amazing video of your Golf Swing. In your camera APP if you set the camera in SLO-MO it shoots at an amazing 240 FPS.
Because, it can shoot slow-motion at 240 fps you get increased color vibrancy, clarity in shaft visibility, and the ability to stop the video at any point during the swing allowing for perfect HIGH SPEED VIDEO ANALYSIS!!
Video analysis, studies show, can be directly linked to improved performance. This technology is now used by coaches and trainers in Professional Sports and by almost all top Colleges. Of course, the key is you have to implement the new changes with drills or training aids as prescribed. There is really not much difference with Online Coaching and live-in-person Coaching. The key is the expert analysis I can provide, if you follow the training program I outline for you the improvement to your game, with my Online Coaching, will be substantial.
So you get it all….
Basically, if you’re serious about improving your golf game and are prepared to spend a few dollars every month with someone who teaches a proven system – instead of listening to dozens of different pros on YouTube talking about conflicting things, this is the place for you. It’s time to work with one of the Top Instructors in the world.
If you are interested please complete this form and Bob will contact you within 24 hours for your initial phone or email consultation. Take advantage of improving your golf with Bob Grissett Online Coaching Performance Program.
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CAMERA PLACEMENT TO FILM YOUR SWING
Simply follow the steps below to film your swing and submit it to us via one of the methods listed below. Bob will then personally analyze your golf swing and provide expert analysis using his unparalleled knowledge of the golf swing.!
Two views are commonly used in looking at a golf swing. If you’ve watched golf on television, you’ll be familiar with them. They are the “Down the Line” view and the “Face-On” or “Caddie” view.
Here’s how to set up and record each.
The Face-On or “Caddie View”
The Face-On or “Caddie View” video should be shot with a camera at roughly hip or belly button height positioned in the middle of a golfer’s stance, square (perpendicular) to the golfer’s target line. The golfer should be centered in the frame with enough room above the golfer’s heThe Face-On or “Caddie View” video should be shot with a camera at roughly hip or belly button height positioned in the middle of a golfer’s stance, square (perpendicular) to the golfer’s target line. The golfer should be centered in the frame with enough room above the golfer’s head to see the hands and at least a little bit of the shaft at the top of the backswing and enough room below the golfer’s feet to see the golf ball.
The caddie view is illustrative in looking at set-up, foot-flare, grip, width of stance, the 3-D motion of the spine, lateral flexion (side-bend), spinal extension, turning in a circle, inclination to the ground, translating or movement left or right (swaying), stability of the hub or any movement side-to-side of the head, neck-tilts, bending the limbs, length of the golfer’s backswing, the location of his weight at key positions, the low point of the club, and any casting of the club or flipping of the hands, among other things.