The set up is simple, put the chair behind the seat at the address. So practice your swing. If you are stretching early, you will feel that your lower body will disconnect from the chair as you stand up. The goal of the drill is to train the lower body to remain disciplined during the swing, keeping the butt against the chair from backswing to follow-through.
At first, it may be helpful to try the mid-speed drill to train muscle memory. So as you continue, gradually increase to full speed.
The goal, Curdt says, is to help eliminate the initial extension altogether, all while improving posture. Watch the video to learn more.
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