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BioSwing Dynamics Founders
Mike Admas & E.A. Tischler
New Horizons Golf Approach
I n n o v a t i v e  C o a c h i n g  F o r  G o l f e r s

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EA Tischler at (408)203-7599, or email your questions to EA Tischler
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Copyright 2009 EA Tischler - New Horizons Golf Approach. All rights reserved.
The New Horizons Golf Approach Stage Three training involves the study of the
biomechanics of golf actions and comes under the heading of Power of 3 Golf
Biomechanics.   The slogan for Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics is
"Secrets Of
Owning Your Swing."  
This slogan was chosen because EA Tischler believes that
each and every golfer can truly own his or her golf swing if he or she is committed
enough to the process.  And, the path to owning your swing involves a true
understanding of how your body is built and which biomechanical feature match
your body's machinery.   Thus, to truly own your swing you will need to know your
unique biomechanical pattern.  This website will overview the general
biomechanical features and concepts.
Above is Secrets Of Owning Your Swing
Volume 2 - Learning To Own Your Swing
.  
It is being offered as a Full Color ebook.  
Within the book you will find the testing
(screening) procedures along with
applications for implementing your
biomechanical options.
STAGE THREE TRAINING
This information on this webpage was self-published in a series of books and
workshop handouts authored by Edward A. Tischler.  Copyrights 1998, 2000,
2003, 2006, 2008, 2009 2010 and 2011, by EA Tischler. All rights reserved.
Above is Secrets Of Owning Your Swing
Volume 3 - Continue Owning Your Swing
.  It
is being offered as a Full Color ebook.  Within
the book you will find the testing (screening)
procedures along with applications for
implementing your biomechanical options.
To learn more about your body mechanics and
the process of Owning Your Swing study the
Secrets Of Owning Your Swing book series
Authored by E.A. Tischler.
BioSwing Dynamics is one of the best approaches to learning and
coaching.  E.A. Tischler and Mike Adams founded the approach to provide
instructors the best possible platform for coaching students to swing in a
manner that matches their body mechanics.  The approach uses screenings
to identify swing characteristics that match the golfers unique body
mechanics.  Throughout the process, BioSwing Dynamics addresses the
Structural, Dynamic and Functional influences with regard to each golfers
body mechanics.  That allows the coach to comprehensively address each
golfers needs.  Click on the BioSwing Dynamics logo to the left to view the
BioSwing Dynamics page.
Developing Your
Biomechanics
The 12 Biomechanics of Power of 3 Golf:
(The following is from one of EA Tischler's books, copyrighted all rights reserved)

As mention, there are twelve biomechanical features related to the golf swing.  Below I will list them in Power of 3 Golf terms.  As already discussed, As
mention, there are twelve biomechanical features related to the golf swing.  Below I will list them in Power of 3 Golf terms.  As already discussed, terms
will be recognizable to you while others will be foreign.  Even the recognizable ones may be describe in ways you are unfamiliar with, so take the three of
these features are swing anchor, swing path, and swing path.  I have also mentioned a few of the other features up to this point.  Some of these time to
first recognize the terms, then you can study what they mean.  Since this book is a study of the basic biomechanics needed to establish the foundation
of a biomechanically sound swing, I will refrain from going into these concepts in detail.  A brief discussion will be enough to prepare you for your next
level of training, a level that will be explained in the next Power of 3 Golf book.  After listing the 12 biomechanical features I will relate them back to the
fundamentals.  As mentioned earlier in the book, 4 of the biomechanical features relate to achieving accuracy, 4 relate to developing power, and 4
relate to blending features with good feel.  Additionally, as with the swing anchor, swing track, and swing path features, all of 12 biomechanical features
have three options.  You can use the chart below to become more familiar with the terms before we discuss the options for each feature and how they
relate to the fundamentals.

Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics related to Accuracy:
Swing Path – Trail Arm Action.  Addresses the 3 options related to the Trail Arm Forearm alignment during delivery.
Swing Track – Top of Backswing Plane.  Addresses the 3 options for the lead arm alignment in relations to the shoulder
line at the top of the backswing.
Lever Wrist Action – Addresses the 3 options for levering the club with both hands on the club using the grip assembly
to lever the club during the backswing and downswing.
Lever Delivery Action – Addresses the 3 options for delivering the club through impact and into the extension.

Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics related to Power:
Swing Anchor – Posting - Pelvic Pivot Axis - Addresses the 3 options for pivoting the pelvis in a balanced manner.
Torque System – Addresses the 3 options the identify how golfers create separation between the upper and lower body
actions and how they apply torque.
Clearing Action – Addresses the 3 options of restoring your postural alignments during the transition.
Axis of Symmetry – Addresses the 3 options for the axises of upper body (torso) rotation.

Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics related to Good Feel:
Swing Linkage – Impact Linkage - Addresses the options of geometrically aligning arm swing & body biomechanics.
Swing Slotting - Delivery Plane - Addresses the 3 options of matching the arm swing delivery plane with the dominant
body/core action.
Postural Release – Addresses the 3 options of releasing postural angles so that the body and arm swing match up
during the delivery action.
Arc Management – Addresses the 3 options of rhythmically blending the arm swing action with body action.



Understanding the 3 options that match each feature.

Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics related to Accuracy:
Swing Path Trail Arm Action -  On-Top, Side-On, & Under
Swing TrackTop of Backswing Plane - Low, Mid, & High
Wrist Lever ActionHorizontal, Vertical, & Diagonal
Lever Delivery Action Covering, Cornering, & Extending

Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics related to Power:
Swing Anchor – Posting - Pelvic Pivot Axis - Front Hip, Center Of Gravity, & Rear Hip
Torque System – Lower Body, Full Body, & Upper Body
Clearing Action Front Hip, Tailbone, & Rear Hip
Axis of Symmetry Sternum Line, Center Line, Spine Line

Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics related to Good Feel:
Swing Linkage Impact Linkage - Front, Center, Rear
Swing SlottingDelivery Plane Down-Slotting (Hip-Plane), Cross-Slotting Torso-
Plane), & Plane-Slotting (Shoulder-Plane)
Postural Release Stand-Up, Post-Up, & Rotate-In
Arc ManagementNarrow-Wide, Deep-Deep, Wide-Narrow


Keep in mind that this page is designed as an overview of the Power of 3 Golf Biomechanics system.  We will go into
these topics in detail in the Power of 3 Golf books, as well as on the web pages that relate to each of the fundamental
principles - Accuracy, Power, & Good Feel.  You can click on the links at the top of the page for more details.

For additional information on biomechanics click on the
BioSwing Dynamics logo below.  Some years back E.A.
Tischler and Mike Adams joined forces to bring together their research and experiences, along with those of a variety of
other experts to provide the best possible information with regards to identifying the best possible instruction for each
golfer.  By clicking on the
BioSwing Dynamics logo below you will be able to learn more on the BioSwing Dynamics
webpage.