The 7-Day Protocol was designed to be completed with the Tour Striker PlaneMate; a series of 7 short videos, one for each day. Follow the Protocol and in 7 days, you’ll have a vastly improved swing. Continue working with your PlaneMate and you’ll be well on your way to a tour level swing.
Martin and David discuss how to get started with your PlaneMate and what feelings you should have with the short game band.
Martin and David go over how the PlaneMate bands helps facilitate your pivot and rotation. The short resistance band is designed to help your swing by learning how to go from address position to a semi-follow through.
Martin and David lead you through short shots. Beginning with starting form to semi-follow, you'll understand how to rotate and relocate.
30 X Starting Form to Semi-Follow Through
30 X Halfway Back to Semi-Follow Through
Feel the relationships of moving one arm at a time with your pivot. Focusing on rotating and relocating with each arm will help you build familiarity and muscle memory in your swing.
Today's Drill: 30 X One Arm Short Pitch Shots
In this protocol, Martin and David introduce shallowing the club.
Today's Drill: 30 X Halfway Back (P2) to P6, Then Rotate to Semi-Follow Through
Martin and David walk you through using the PlaneMate to get feedback on your finishing form.
Today's Drill: 30 X Finishes with Long Follow Through
Martin and David walk you through the feeling of shallowing the club during your backswing.
Today's Drill: 30 X Scoring Shots
Feel the sense of pressure that gets transferred between your feet in your golf swing.
Today's Drill: 30 X Ground Force Swings
Take what you've learned with the tactile feedback of the PlaneMate and try to replicate those same feelings without the bands.
Today's Drill: 30 X Full Swings
Elevate and stretch your driver away from the ground with the feedback of tension from the pitch-motion short green band. Keep the key positions throughout your swing in mind.
Today's Drill: 30 X Driver Swings
With the Standard Full Swing Long Green band, you are going to connect to the club closer to the balance point. The band will pull harder so you will have to work to maintain the structure you have built with the previous protocols.
Today's Drill: 30 X Split Hand Shots
Use the Pro Fitness Band to get that great sense of tension and awareness in your swing without hitting golf balls. Going from P-2 to P-6 for an exaggerated backswing to follow through.
Using the Pro Fitness Band, the Tour Striker PlaneMate can be used to stretch and to help gain strength, speed and flexibility.