Where does a horse strike you with a ‘Hind-Legged Death Blow’ … at full extension! Don’t sneak up on any horse unannounced!
Now to GOLF!
At ‘Impact Fix’ the average golfer is fairly extended. Most people employ a ‘Wrist Break’ or angle between the Shaft Line (Hand, Wrist Primary Articulating Joint - PAJ) and Forearm Line.
When we ‘Sweep the sole of the Clubhead Away from the ball, across the grass, we get ‘More Extended and Wide’. (see Back & Up Swing’) (see ‘The LAW System … Leverage, Arc & Width’)
As we arrive at the Top Of Back Swing (Swing Sequence #5), our Hands & Wrists get fairly close or closer to the Brace Ear! Then we ‘Gravitationally Drop’ the Hands and Wrists vertically towards the Brace Hip Power Point. The Shaft become ‘Parallel To The Ground’ and the Hands & Wrists get more proximal to that ‘Brace Hip’.
Through the ‘Impact & Separation Zone’ we get more extended into the ‘Chase and Follow Phase’. In this ‘Swing Sequence #9’, both ‘Lever Assemblies get ‘Fully Extended’ or to what we refer to as ‘Full Down & Out Swing Width’. This is where the horse delivers its ‘Mule Kick’.