Byron Nelson was one of the world's greatest golfers.
Not only did he famously win 11 tournaments in a row in 1945...
He did it with a swing that was pretty unique at the time.
Today's players must have realized he was on to something (ya think?) because we're seeing this move more often these days...
And it can help you, too.
Mr. Nelson employed a distinct motion with his legs where he would, "push away from the ground" to generate speed and power.
Lots of power.
Yes, similar to the "Sam Snead power squat" I've talked about before.
I'll explain more in the video above, including how you, too, can "push and rotate" to get more speed, power and distance on your golf shots.