…it is about avoiding things that are really bad.
Like keeping your head down and swinging inside/out. 🙂 🙂 🙂 😉
There are several really wrong things that need to be avoided and that is what a good instructor will do. Tell his students to purge all of the really bad things, instead of forcing them to do it the “right” way and create even more bad habits.
Since there are infinite body types and skill levels, there is no “right” or “correct” way to do things.
Let me give you an analogy on what I mean.
If someone was diagnosed with clogged arteries, doctors don’t tell them to eat more broccoli and be done with it. They tell the patient to stop eating foods with high amounts of cholesterol and salt first and then eat a balanced diet.
It’s the same in golf. You don’t teach someone to force the club on plane, you teach them to reduce the excess movements that get the club off plane and that is what gets the club on plane better…and add balance. 🙂