Hitting Level 3: The Turn/Back to Neutral/Legs

Why It's Important
Least Invasive 1
Least Invasive 2/Basic Warm Up
Use when pelvis and chest are both slow
When X-Factor graph looks the use the exercises below
Already more than 10 degrees closed at first move.
It takes too long to streach and shorten.
Far from back to neutral at contact.
Ideal X Factor Graph
Close to 0 degrees of seperation at first move.
Stretch and shorten much quicker than the above graph.
Close to 0 degress of seperation at contact.
Use when the athlete struggles to begin their turn near neutral (zero degrees)
Best in swing results but complex to teach
A great full body solution
Can't get the chest to come back during the swing