Just as the environment and the movement skill have constraints that contribute to the action system, factors within the individual also have constraints that affect the movement outcome.
The angle of attack is the direction that the club is heading before contact.
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Trillium Rose specializes in diagnosing swings, designing appropriate practice drills, and developing clear and concise practice plans. With over a decade of experience teaching golf, she has trained thousands of students. Her research-based training approach combines three critical areas of competency: mechanics, competitive practice, and play.

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Trillium is the Head Director of Instruction at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, MD. With over a decade of experience as a golf instructor, Trillium’s knowledge of teacher effectiveness, mechanics and practice training have proven highly successful.
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My philosophy for teaching is to deliver simple and effective instruction to improve students’ performance. I use a combination of core principles from biomechanics, scientific research in motor learning and educational psychology.
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