Filming Your Own Swing
In this video Krista gives some great pointers on filming your own swing to review while you practice. It is important to make sure the camera angles are correct in order to get the best video to analyze. Filming your swing is a great way to make sure you are in the correct positions at setup, throughout the swing, and in your finish.
- Face on view - You want to make sure your camera for the face on view is centered with your body.
- Down-the-line view - Make sure your camera is positioned down your hands. Place an alignment stick down where your hands hang directly over it. Go back and make sure that alignment stick is in the center of your camera view.
- Reviewing - When you go back to watch your swing, make sure you watch it in real time as well as slow motion. Watching at full speed will allow you to check your tempo and see any major movements in your body throughout your swing.
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