Today we're going to be looking at another Superspeed golf review and breakdown.
So, I did the one back in the summer, it's been roughly six months, been doing some training and everything like that.
Very cold today in Kentucky, it's not best.
I've already done my warm up, 129.2.
We'll go through a Level 1 Protocol, hit it, and we're going to see what we can get.
Tyler: Okay, so just finished up with the Level 1 Protocol.
I've got the number blown up, hopefully, you can see it.
I'm going to hit around eight to 10 balls, sort of see what we can get with this thing.
Again, it's cold, standard length driver, so it's not going to be anything impressive as far as those numbers go, we just want to see if they're higher.
Of course, I'm checking with TrackMan.
I don't know if you can see it but I have the speed radar set up as well, so we'll get going.
Tyler: Right out of the gate we got 131.
I'm thinking we're going to see something a little bit faster.
The speed radar is showing 138.
Tyler: Okay, it's a little bit slower.
Speed radar is at 139.
Tyler: All right, so we're going with one more.
Definitely a little bit faster already.
So, distance ...
it's about that speed.
Now, keep in mind, that speed doesn't always mean further.
We still have to hit it solid.
Have to have the right spin rate, the correct launch angle, but a big component behind hitting it further is going to be getting that speed.
Everybody needs a little bit more ...
hitting it very solid, perfect launch.
You're going to get longer drives.
Tyler: So Superspeed golf, wrap up as a review.
Great training aid.
Something I think, anyone who wants more speed and power needs to have.
It's not going to be the end all, be all, meaning we can't just pick up the sticks.
We know that we've got to have a good warmup routine.
We need to do proper stretches, make sure that body can physically do what we want it to do, before we look into getting speed.
You're also going to have to have that strength and power ...
Yes, the over speed training and working both legs is going to be good to even out that body, but we have to make sure, again, we have the proper brake system, that the body can hold and basically maintain the power we're putting into it and through that torque.
Now, a huge thing is going to be our little speed radars, okay? They're not accurate whenever it comes to throwing down the ball and hitting it, okay? They are one of the few sources that are going to give you some sort of feedback on a dry swing, whenever we're using the Superspeed golf, okay? So, TrackMan, we obviously have to hit the ball and that's the end result, is to be able to hit the ball, to swing it faster.
But Where I'm going with this is that each swing, whenever we're loading up and we're going through, we need a hundred, 105, 110 percent.
Okay, that's why the amount of swings is so low.
Each one though, we need to be trying to go faster.
So, if we don't have that, makes it very difficult to sort of check.
Yes, you'll say you're going hard, but that number really engages and gets people going.
Anyone who's looking to get more speed, again, I think it's something very helpful to add in.
We definitely still need to hit the gym.
Mobility, flexibility, stability, muscle activation, strength, power, it's one piece of the component.
We need that.
You're also going to need those proper mechanics.
Again, if you haven't got on board yet, definitely do, building up a lot of momentum.