Super Sonic Golf Training

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Keith355tbKeith355tb  26WRX Points: 17Members Posts: 26 Bunkers
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Just seeing if any one has tried this or any feedback. Thanks so much
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  • Roadking2003Roadking2003 Austin 6631WRX Points: 1,114Handicap: 8.7Members Posts: 6,631 Titanium Tees
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    I'm looking at them. Would like to hear from somebody who has used one.

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  • heavy_hitterheavy_hitter  3590WRX Points: 928Members Posts: 3,590 Titanium Tees
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    I would invest in the Super Speed System.

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  • tiger1873tiger1873  1476WRX Points: 318Members Posts: 1,476 Platinum Tees
    Joined:  edited Mar 25, 2019 #4

    I would use super speed as well but it is expensive for what it is. There are lots of speed training systems out there. You can also use a speed fan which is good as well and only $10 at Dicks all of them work to a degree.

    At the end of the day you also need to do stretches and working out to fully realize your potential and to gain speed. No short cuts either you have to really work out a lot to have the desired effects and gain in speed.

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  • tbrumbeloe13tbrumbeloe13 Georgia 718WRX Points: 112Handicap: +0.2Members Posts: 718 Golden Tee
    Joined:  edited Mar 26, 2019 #5

    I used the Super Speed system last winter and went from about 100 MPH to close to 115 in just under 3 months. I haven't kept up with it and am back to 105-110. Even if you don't use one of those systems, something that you can swing with weights will work. I can tell that it had a lot to do with the different "protocols" that I went through swinging them, not necessarily the Super Speed sticks themselves. I don't think it would work quite as well, but even buying one of the round weights to slide sown the shaft would probably help, as long as you swing it a dozen times a few days a week.

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