How does the Power Roller work?
The Power Roller is heavier than a normal golf club, and this added weight allows the repeated movement of your optimum swing to become ingrained in your muscle memory.
This memorised swing movement serves to eradicate bad habits in your swing, and enables greater consistency on the golf course which will improve your game.
You can use the Explanar to practice different shots using the two different power rollers. The long power roller is for driver to 5 iron swings, and the short power roller is to practice 6 iron to sand wedge swings.
- What is the Explanar?
- How much do you charge for delivery?
- How can you use the Explanar training aid to improve your swing?
- How long should I use the Explanar for and how often?
- Do you have a Junior Explanar model?
- Can I buy an Explanar if I live outside the UK/US?
- What is included with the Explanar?
- How does the multi-adjustable hoop work?
- How does the Power Roller work?
- How does the Plane Fin work?
- How does the Radial Stance Mat work?
- How does the Plane Sensor work?
- Does the Explanar only help you improve one type of swing?
- What does the Instructional DVD cover?
- Is the Explanar adjustable?
- Why is the Power Roller heavy?
- Will the weight of the power roller strain my back?
- Is the Power Roller fixed to the Explanar?
- How big is the Explanar when in use and stored?
- How do you store the Explanar?
- Is the Explanar weatherproof?
- Can you move the Explanar easily?
- What shoes should I wear when using the Explanar?
- Can you use a club and hit balls from the Explanar?
- Is VAT included in the sales price?
- How long is the warranty?
- How is the Explanar packaged?
- Who is Luther Blacklock?
- Does Explanar teach a constant single plane movement?
- What is a swing plane?
- What is your optimum swing plane?
- How do I know how to set the Explanar to the correct angle?
- Do you sell any replacement parts for the Explanar?
- Who are Explanar Ltd?
- What is the difference between the Home and Pro model?