Appreciate it brother.This device has been popping up on every piece of social media I have. I've thought about asking if anyone had tried it but thought, since no one had mentioned it, I'd look like a dummy for asking.
Love the review, James. You've done a great job breaking what it does and how it does it down. The device is attractive to me because it is lightweight. I've thought about the Superspeed deal but have been leary of it, rightly or wrongly, because of neck and back issues.
I think I'll check it out.
Weight closer to the head as it is will actually make you more aware of the facehmm. great write up. Not sure im on board. Not sure i need to have a swing resistance trainer attached to my club or not. I feel like it could help but at the same time feel like it could also helo me lose the face of the club and the angle it approaches the ball. Unlike say.....super speed swing trainer, which is basically just a swinging weight with no head attached to it. im skeptical.
I think the fact that it’s your club IS the biggest thing. But the ability to put them on and take them off any club is also a pro comparatively.5 MPH for $35 seems like a great investment. I get the ability to hit golf balls while it is attached is a plus. Besides that, is this any different from a resistance trainer like a swing fan?
guess I’d have to see it and use in hand before purchasing. Again, seems like the face at impact would become an issue when switching back to the club without it.Weight closer to the head as it is will actually make you more aware of the face
This isn’t a wiffle ball bat though, at all.guess I’d have to see it and use in hand before purchasing. Again, seems like the face at impact would become an issue when switching back to the club without it.
every time I’ve swung a wiffle ball bat, and then a normal bat.....my timing has been waaaaaaaaaaay off.