Hey, what's up everybody? Welcome back! Today, we're going to be building off of last week's video. Last week's video, we talked about staying connected with our upper body using the swing path trainer to use visual cues to think knob first, throw the hands afterwards. Today, we're going to be adding a lower body portion to that. So for guys, that load and reach with their leg, or load and land on their stiff leg, we're going to do the step up drill, right? Very easy, you can do it one of two ways.
You can start with your feet close together and just go back and forward. You can do, walk up, back, forward. Same deal, but here, we're going to add in that portion of last week's video over rotating in so it's going to look like this, either way. So I'll start with my feet close together. We're getting movement back and forward and we're going to rotate.
We're going to go back, forward and rotate, rotate, swing. So here, I'm getting the benefit of not only making sure that my weight is going back and forward, right? We want to have rhythm, we want to be soft on our front foot, but here I'm adding staying connected here, staying connected here, and then going into a full rep.
So full speed, very easy. And again, you can tap as many times as you want on the front side to make sure that we're getting number one, movement forward that we're not stiff, and we're not reaching. So again we can go, back, forward, move a little, you can almost build on that progression.
You can start small, little bit more, and swing. Very easy to customize it to however you want to swing in terms of phases throughout the sequence of the drill. So again, make sure we have the one we start athletic. Our hands are in a good spot. We don't want to get lazy here. We're going back, push, push, swing.
Try that out and let me know what you think. Very simple, very easy, to make sure that our body is working together. Give it a try and let me know what you think. Let us know what you want to see in the next video. We'll catch you in the next one.