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Swing Tuner

Swing Tuner

Swing Tuner

Swing Tuner

Swing Tuner

Swing Tuner

Swing Tuner


The following information covers a brief description of the apparatus and the research conducted leading to the creation of the device.



The reason for considering the training glove as a marketable item comes directly from Dr. Jim Suttie. Dr. Suttie is one of the top ten golf instructors in the world in addition to holding a doctorate in biomechanics. His very thesis entailed the dynamics of the golf swing. Dr. Suttie has devoted his entire life to understanding the mechanics of the golf swing and has realized great success in his endeavors. I have been working with Dr. Suttie for the past year and a half. My initial question to Dr. Suttie was what, in his opinion, was the most recognizable problem most golfers have? Dr. Suttie’s reply was to say that nine out of ten of his students have a release problem, affecting up to 80% of their swing.

After identifying the problem, the obvious solution, based on the following research, was the Swing Tuner-Training Glove.

I have conducted extensive research into the evolution of the earliest bipedal human like mammals (Australopithecus), reacting to environmental sensory input (electrical synapses), to the first humans to develop conscious thought (Home sapiens), evaluating environmental sensory input (chemical synapses). In addition, I have conducted extensive research into the skeletal muscular system and the affecting electrical and chemical synaptic transmissions from a presynaptic neuron to the postsynaptic cell. Because electrical synapses react directly from sensory input and because they react between individual neurons, they have a much shorter path to follow and thus occur much faster than chemical synapses. This perfect muscular reaction to sensory input (electrical synapses) is the very reason early humans survived in such a dramatically changing and life threatening environment. Additionally, this is the very reason professional athletes can perform with perfect muscular reaction while in the heat of competition, reacting to immediate sensory input (electrical synapses).

In conclusion, with consideration to the aforementioned findings, the design of the Swing Tuner-Training Glove affects the creation of muscle memory Ingram’s through sensory input effecting electrical synapses only.

Well, that is the story. I hope I did not bore you with the details. I just thought it might help you to know how I came about this invention.
 
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