Increase your Swing Speed 25 MPH
In 30 Days Or Money Back
How to increase your clubhead speed
You can add up to 25 miles an hour and more to your swing speed by taking advantage of your hidden, built-in swing speed multiplier. The top pros have always taken advantage of their hidden swing speed multiplier. It's why they drive the ball 280-300 yards The average golfer does not know he has a swing speed multiplier built into his own body-and drives the ball 210-220.
What is the swing speed multiplier built into every golfer? And how does it affect swing speed? It is a hidden lever system that multiplies any increase in hip speed 25 times.
Watch this short video to learn about your hidden swing speed multiplier.
May 14, 2010
I purchased the Power Hip Trainer on January 4th, 2010. I use it 3 days a week. When I bought a new driver last year my swing speed was measured at 99 mph. I bought a swing speed radar this year to keep track and my best so far this year is 126 mph. My average overall is between 113-120 mph.
I'm 54 years old. I golfed with 3 guys the other day and they said whatever your doing, keep doing it. I was hitting my drives close to 300 yards, but the biggest surprise to me was that they were going dead straight. I usually slice the ball big time, but I didn't hit one slice.
Why You Can Increase Swing Speed
As you saw in the video, this lever system, or swing speed multiplier, is the ratio between the distance of your hip joints to the center of rotation, and the distance of the club head to the center of rotation.
Swing speed multiplier
The distance of the hip joint to the center of rotation is 3 inches. The distance from the club head to the center of rotation is 75 inches. 75 / 3 = 25.
Any increase in hip speed will be multiplied 25 times at the club head. It is the easy, effortless way to add 25 mph to your swing speed.
You may be more familiar with another speed multiplier, this one inside a toy propeller.
You know that you can get this toy propeller to fly by turning the stick, but you can't get it to fly by turning the propeller.
Propeller speed multiplier
That's because there is a speed multiplier hidden inside this toy. The distance from the outside of the stick to the center of rotation is 1/8th of an inch. The distance from the tip of the propeller to the center of rotation is 4 inches. 4 / 1/8th = 32. The speed you turn the stick will be multiplied 32 times at the tip of the propeller.
When you try to turn the propeller, there is no leverage. The propeller can't fly.
It's the same in golf. There is no leverage in your arms. The leverage is all in your hips.
That's why, if you want to increase your swing speed, it makes more sense to increase the strength and speed of your hips than to increase the strength of your arms.
There is no leverage in your arms. Period.
So how do you get your hips to go faster?
You can't do it just by trying-- because your brain has a speed limiter that controls your hip speed. You need something to break that speed limit.
That something is the Somax Power Hip Trainer.
Somax Power Hip Trainer
How you can increase swing speed 25 mph
The Somax Power Hip Trainer is the only exercise machine that increases the strength and speed of your hips so that you can easily add up to 25 miles an hour to your swing speed.
Built into the base of the Power Hip Trainer is a special heavy-duty steel spring that provides resistance to rotation. This resistance increases the strength of your hip muscles and the speed of your hips.
Most golfers have very weak hips. Research has found that scratch golfers, however, have the strongest hips of all golfers tested.
Here is a short video that will show you how to test your hip strength at home.
If your hip muscles test weak, then the Power Hip Trainer is going to make them stronger. Again, research at a major university found that scratch golfers had the strongest hips of all golfers tested. Increasing the strength of your hips will not only increase your swing speed, it will also lower your handicap.
How to assemble and use your swing speed machine
Here is a short video that shows how to assemble and use your Power Hip Trainer--the world's most effective swing speed trainer.
The special heavy-duty steel spring at the base of the Power Hip Trainer adapts to each individual golf posture while providing the resistance you need to build strong fast hips--and effortless swing speed.
|Swing Speed Spring||Adapts to any posture|
First, you warm up with the padded steel hip cinch in the neutral position. This also stretches your hips to increase flexibility. Tight hips are the major cause of back problems and slow swing speed in golfers.
Swing speed trainer - neutral position
Next, you turn the padded hip cinch to the closed position to increase the resistance. Here you work on your hip strength and swing speed.
Swing speed trainer - closed position
Finally, you turn the padded hip cinch to the open position. The heavy duty steel spring at the base will turn your hips faster than you can turn them yourself--helping you break through your hip speed and swing speed limit .
Swing speed trainer - open position
More Swing Speed Benefits
Get rid of casting as you increase your swing speed
Many golfers know that they cast their clubs, but they are frustrated when it comes to changing this swing fault. The reason it is so frustrating is that they try to reduce casting with their hands. They try to 'hold back their release'.
This strategy does not work because the problem is not in the hands.
What causes casting is slow hips. When the hips are slow, the brain tries to make up for it by overusing the arm muscles. This is what causes casting.
When our golfers increase their hip speed with their Power Hip Trainer, they find that they automatically stop casting. In fact, the faster their hips, the more they lag their clubs (as you can see here) and increase their swing speed.
Get rid of slicing as you increase your swing speed
Another problem caused by slow hips is slicing.
Again, golfers and instructors try to fix slicing by changing the way the arms move.
Golfers slice when they come down over the top of their swing plane. This imparts a spin to the ball, causing it to slice. As with casting, coming down over the top is caused by overusing the arms to make up for slow hips.
Increasing the speed of your hips with the Power Hip Trainer automatically gets rid of the slice. As the hips speed up, the arms and club are pulled down under the swing plane, and the result is longer, straighter drives and higher swing speed.
You can see the difference in these photos.
Raise your heart rate and swing speed
You will notice as your work your hips that you are starting to sweat and breathe harder. The Power Hip Trainer is not only training your hips--it's also training your heart. Walking the course cannot give you the aerobic exercise you need for a strong, healthy heart.
Treadmills, ellipticals and stationary bikes are boring. Running makes your hips stiff. But the Power Hip Trainer engages your mind as well as your body as you take your hips from amateur to pro status--increasing your flexibility, strength and swing speed.
Burn fat as you increase your swing speed
One of our golfers lost 4" off his waist while using the Power Hip Trainer as his winter workout. Start with just 15 minutes three times a week. The second week go to 30 minutes. Then 45 minutes, and finally an hour three times a week. You are now getting the exercise that doctors recommend for burning fat, strengthening your muscles, and keeping your heart healthy
26 drills for faster swing speed
Your Power Hip Trainer comes with a 90-minute DVD that contains 26 drills for right and left-handed golfers. It also has a special transition drill you can do with your clubs to transfer your new, faster hips to your swing speed.
30-day Money-back Guarantee
Try our new Power Hip Trainer for 30 days. If you are not completely satisfied, if you do not think that this is the best golf training aid you have ever used, if you don't feel and hear an increase in your swing speed, please return it for a full refund, less shipping.
The Power Hip Trainer also comes with a full one-year warranty on parts.A machine the whole family can use
Does your wife play tennis? Do your kids play baseball, football, basketball, soccer or swim? All these sports and more require strong fast hips. The Power Hip Trainer will benefit your whole family.
- Increase Swing Speed
- Increase Distance
- Increase Hip Strength
- Increase Hip Speed
- Eliminate Casting
- Eliminate Slicing
- Burn Fat
- Exercise Your Heart
- For the Whole Family
Test Yourself BEFORE You Buy
Before you purchase a Power Hip Trainer, it is important to measure your hip flexibility and test your hip strength.
#1 Measure Your Hip Flexibility
Lie on your stomach on the floor. Keeping your knees together, bend your knees 90° so that the soles of your feet point straight up toward the ceiling.
Keeping your knees together, move your feet away from each other. If you have enough flexibility in your hips, you should be able to move your feet apart a total of 120°. That is 60° on each side.
You need a minimum of 45° on each side to benefit from using the hip trainer. If you don't have 45 degrees, your hips are too stiff to turn fast no matter how much you increase your hip strength. If you have less than 45 degrees on each hip, take a look at our Microfiber Reduction program, which can increase flexibility 100% beyond stretching.
A simple and accurate way to measure is to have someone get down on the floor and take a photo your legs in this position. Then get a print of the photo. As shown above, draw vertical lines through your knees, a line through the center of each lower leg, and measure the angle between the two lines with a protractor (available in any office supply store). Be sure to take the time to measure. Don't try to guess!
If you are not sure how to measure, send us your photo and we will measure for you.
#2 Test Your Hip Strength
With your feet apart and knees together, have someone hold your feet apart as you try to bring them together (be sure to consult with your physician before doing this test, especially if you may have any knee problems).
The hip muscles that you use to bring your feet together are the gluteals: the gluteus maximus, medius and minimus.
These are the largest muscles in your body (that's why the biggest of them is called 'maximus').
If you're like most players, you will not be able to bring your feet together at all. If you can bring them together, it's only with a lot of effort.
What should you be able to do?
If your hip muscles are strong, you'll be able to bring your feet together so powerfully that you can throw your friend back across the room. That's the power potential of your hip muscles!
If you have at least 45° of internal rotation on each hip and your hips test weak—then the Power Hip Trainer is for you and will transform your game as you increase your distance and control.