OK morning? This is OK teacher in ‘Scott Lee’s Golf Academy’, and ‘OKSWING GOLF ACADEMY’. It is finally 2nd class for the OKSWING1. 2nd week, 2nd class I will review the lessons of last week for a moment. “Let’s master the effective hitting zone!” I didn’t tell you about the swing itself. “Because between the feet is the effective hitting zone where I can hit the ball, let’s writhe there!” Today’s lesson is the level of Pandora! Under normal circumstances, I have to tell you about setup today because I didn’t teach you about setup last time. But you need to understand the nature of the swing today. And if you understand setup, backswing, top, downswing, impact, release from next time, it will be more helpful for you to understand OKSWING. Some of you are doing OKSWING2, but please focus on today because it is a completely different context from OK1. Let’s start with the 2nd class of OKSWING 1. It is no exaggeration to say that today’s lesson is almost Pandora-class. This week, broadcasting will be in order of OK 1, 2, 3, and short game. In OK 1 class, I told you to practice hitting the ball with your right hand between your feet. And when the ball is hit with the driver, it is said to be placed inside the right foot. Even if the ball is placed inside the right foot, there is a right section before the ball hits the club and a left section after hitting the club. Among my favorite singers, I like Kim Bum-soo’s ‘Last Love’ song. It’s a song like “I’m so sick …” OKSWING1 is ‘Last Love’ for the ball. OKSWING2 is the ‘First Love’ for the ball. I will tell you about OK 2 in the OK 2 class. OK1’s ‘Last Love’ means that the moment the ball hits, this is the end point where I swing. So we talk about this. As we warm up, we split our legs. Gymnastics athletes or Kim Yu-na are both legs torn to 180 degrees. If we apply leg splits to the golf, very young players can turn their backswings 90 degrees and 90 degrees to impact, release and finish. The most important flexibility comes from the ankle most of the time. And the difference between the upper and lower body twisting motions is called the expecter. The big difference comes from flexibility. As we aged and as average golfers, the flexibility of the left ankle affects more. Then, I will consider the flexibility of the ankle in a moment. Let’s say players use 180 degrees while swinging. 90 degrees to the right 90 degrees to the left But for example, let’s say we only use 120 degrees. Then, divide the section of 120 degrees to the right and left to use it little by little. Whether you’re using most for your backswing and only a small part for your follow-through, Whether you use less on the backswing and most on the follow-through. This is the distinction between OK 1 and 2. But even though we have the ability to use only 120 degrees, we learned like players using 180 degrees. I learned that 90 degrees on the right and 90 degrees on the left could be used, so both sides ended up not maximizing their abilities. The other method of OK 1 is completely different from OK 2. In OK 1, the moment the ball hits is the end of this swing. In OK 2, the swing starts after the ball hits. So, OK 2 is the ‘First love swing’, the moment the ball hits the first point In the OK1, the moment when the ball hits becomes the last point. Then I’ll show you what it feels like, not a big swing. In OK 1, the ball is placed inside the right foot. Then there’s the ball where it actually goes into the effective hitting section. Because of this, the front of the body is also an effective hitting section, but the ball can hit hard here. So I make a square face and hit the ball with a hand first. The moment I hit the ball is the end of the swing. You shouldn’t judge what you see as if you’re shooting. I didn’t shoot it, but I used the power until the moment the ball hit and I left the rest. At 100m running, the players run and stop at the 100m line, but continue to run and slow down. That is similar in OK 1. OK 2 is similar to the starting point of sprinting when running from a long jump or a high jump. So, I call the slogan ‘lift up-bump’ for OK 1. ‘lift up-bump’ This is OK 1’s hitting method. OK 2 is not lifting up, it’s ‘push-pull’. Even if the back swing is small, pushing it forward is OK 2. So, from the starting point of the ball, the swing digs into the ball. And it ends. OK1 is the one that hits the ball and passes the power through the follow-through. Can you distinguish? This is the end of the general video. Soon after, I’ll show you how to make a backswing in detail and impact to increase power. The name of OKSWING 1 is ‘Last Swing’. The name of OKSWING 2 is ‘First Swing’. In the membership video, I will continue the method of using from the driver to the short iron with the ‘Last Swing’. If you are a regular subscriber, please practice ‘lift up-bump’. So far, I was the OK teacher at Scott Lee’s Golf Academy, and OKSWING GOLF ACADEMY. OK thank you.