I apologize for my inactivity on the boards; a recent major eye surgery prevented me from doing so.
It has come to my attention that Jack seems to uphold the belief that proper transfer mechanics will allow the developmental mechanics to work seamlessly; inversely, quite a few gurus gravitate towards a diametrically opposed opinion.
Truthfully speaking, both points of view have merit. When discussing physiology, we must member that brain controls a good percentage of the body by activity neuronal firing. The results of these are empirical bodily movements (e.g., turning the hand, waving the hand, wiggling the toes, etc.). Therefore, what mechanics will work subconsciously in a swing will vary from person to person, depending on how they think.
People should measure their modus operandi.
Then, they should use the method that best suits their mindset.
Best Wishes to Jack, and to All
P.S. Although I am bringing this idea to light, the real credit goes to the plethora of inviduals that put forth the time to explain how the brain works.
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