Feel the force with The Force Pedal
The #1 Ground Reaction Force Training Aid in Golf
The Force Pedal is a unique training aid designed to help you increase club head speed by training ground reaction force and developing new neuro-physiological patterns.
Our unique training aids
The Force Pedal helps you discover and learn how to feel ground reaction force. The Force Pedal mini is the second part of the process, dedicated to advanced users or Juniors because of the smaller size of it.
Feel the force with
The Force Pedal
It’s an introductory challenge to ground reaction force application. With 2 different thicknesses, firm & soft it will help you train ground reaction force by developing new neuro-physiological patterns.
Keep the feel with
The Force Pedal mini
The Force Pedal mini is the logical follow-up to your progression. With the same engineering as the original force pedal, the comfortable size allows you to maintain the feel of your progress in ground reaction force.
The Force Pedal guides and trains you how to use your lower body in the golf swing. I have never seen a teaching product that got better results for the student than The Force Pedal. Get a force pedal today and start hitting the longest straightest shots of your life.
Mike Adams – World Golf Hall of Fame Best Golf Teachers | #2 Top 50 Golf Digest Best Teachers | Golf Magazine Top 100 Best Teacher | 2016 PGA Teacher of the Year
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Feel the point of application
In order to activate the correct muscle group in your downswing, place The Force Pedal under the ball of your lead foot between the 1st and 4th metatarsus.
Time the vertical force
You must feel the the vertical force happening before impact between left arm parallel to the ground & the shaft parallel to the ground.
Proprioception helps your feel …
… so you can learn to recruit the correct muscles in an exercise and in addition to helping you maintain good form through a movement. This is uber important for injury prevention or in post-injury recovery as proprioception is often decreased.
Also, proprioception is particularly important when working on balance. You need to know where your body is in space in order to maintain stability, and good stability is important in all level of sports as well as in rehabilitation.