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Three Books,

Three Revolutionary Secrets.

TOUR TEMPO  started the revolution with its groundbreaking discoveries that shattered the paradigms on rhythm in the golf swing. But it also delivered the simple and effective Tour Tempo tones so golfers of all abilities could swing faster and employ the 3:1 ratio used by the greatest players of today and yesterday. The Result: Longer and Straighter shots… with less thinking!

TOUR TEMPO 2  continued the work of the original with a focus on the short game and a new ratio. The 2:1 ratio and the new Tour Tempo short game tones. The Result: wedge shots, chips and putts closer to (or in) the hole!

TOUR TEMPO FORCE  delivers the third secret by combining the tenets of Tour Tempo with the physics of harmonic oscillators and pendulums, explaining how you can optimize your long and short games by applying the proper force in the backswing and downswing. Specific drills are explained and demonstrated, plus for the first time in 10 years, we introduce new Tour Tempo tones. The Result: more focus and more speed!

RECODING FOR POWER Video Series by John Novosel Jr.

Introduction: Shoulder Turn / Creating Width

Thoracic Rotation aka Shoulder Turn plus creating width in the backswing (using a simple band)

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RECODING FOR POWER

Ben Hogan once said, “Reverse every natural instinct and do the opposite of what you are inclined to do, and you will probably come very close to having a perfect golf swing.”

I’ve discovered over the years that most (basically all) golfers have the same types of faulty movement patterns (Hogan was right). I would show the golfer the correct pattern and then they would do it. Problem Solved, right? Wrong! Even when I showed the golfer what to do and how to do it, and even when the golfer did the right movement in the drill, they would still go back to their old movement over a ball. I realized that I had to do more than just get the correct muscles to fire, I had to ‘LIGHT those MUSCLES UP’ with some type of resistance or external force to overcome. I call this RECODING.

Optimizing your swing – and in the process reap more distance and accuracy – requires you to Recode your Motor Patterns. When I did this with my students, changes would finally take place OVER THE BALL (that’s important:)

If you have questions about the Drills, please contact us. You can also send me a video of you performing a particular Drill and I will provide you feedback.

Tools Needed: You don’t need training aids for this series. You do need a medicine ball (or ball of some type such as a basketball) and some type of band that you can hook to a door or cable machine.

**Safety Notes** Consult your physical practitioner before starting any exercise program. Make sure you are using a new/secure band. You do not want the band breaking and/or coming loose. When throwing medicine balls, make sure you are in a safe environment (eg., ensure the ball won’t bounce and hit you in the face; also I’m not a fan of catching medicine balls off of a wall, just let it land).

Testimonials:

“If you are serious about gaining speed and working on your turn this is a MUST. I picked up 10 mph in total club head speed and carrying it 25 yards farther. Can’t wait for the impact series.” —J.L.

“Wow John, this is fantastic! Gave me a lot of different feels and a great training/warm up program.” J.P.

“Went through my session this morning, and then some tempo work tonight on 21/7. Recorded 98 mph with the 5 iron on the SSR. A personal best. I definitely feel more mobile.” S.O.

Video List:

  1. Shoulder Turn / Creating Width
  2. Med Ball Turns
  3. Med Ball Band Squeezes
  4. Med Ball Power
  5. Width and Landing A
  6. Width and Landing B
  7. Lead Leg Hip Opening
  8. Med Ball Fascial Hip Load
  9. Bonus
  10. Split Stance Hip Load
  11. Club Across Chest T-Spine / Tilt
  12. Arms in the Air
  13. Lead Wrist Radial Deviation
  14. Bombs
  15. Lat Coil / Spinal Engine
  16. Hand Path
  17. Transverse Abduction for Power

Sample Videos:

Introduction: Shoulder Turn / Creating Width
Thoracic Rotation aka Shoulder Turn plus creating width in the backswing (using a simple band)

Width and Landing A
Width and Landing with Band on Shoulder

Split Stance Hip Load
TOUR TEMPO FORCE

FAQ

Which medicine ball/band should I use?

For men, a 8 to 10 pound ball will be fine, don’t want it too bouncy and also needs to be ‘squeezable’. For women 4 to 6 pounds would be fine. The resistance bands should be ‘light to medium’ meaning you don’t have to strain with all your might to move them.

Where can I order these products?

If you need bands and/or a medicine ball here are my suggestions.

For Bands:

https://www.performbetter.com/categories/band-tubing/general-bands-tubing

I use the Gray Cook Level 3, 4 or 6

and for around the body I use the first place super bands, 1/2 thru 1.5 depending on your size strength.

For Medicine Ball:

https://www.performbetter.com/Soft-Toss-Elite-Mini-Medicine-Ball

6 to 12 lb depending on size/strength.

How often should I be RECODING?

You can do these drills 1x per week, 3x per week or every day. Most of my students (PGA tour pros and amateurs) find 4-5x per week optimal. But you WILL see results doing them 1x per week for 10 minutes.

Will these drills help an aging golfer?

Absolutely! These drills apply to all golfers but will especially help an aging golfer who is losing the ability to load due to restrictions in movement.

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Product: SPEEDBALL V2.1
Drill: landing drill from @waldlucas
Goal: better sequencing esp in transition
Note: @lukebracke and I live that hip flexion in transition, make sure you feel that when doing the drill!
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