Everyone should start with the level 1 protocol regardless of experience level. For optimal results, we recommend training 3 days a week with one full rest day between sessions. Any more will slow you down.

If you are already performing our OverSpeed training protocols and want to add in counterweight training, please replace 1 day out of the 3 days training per week with a Counterweight protocol. 


  1. Grip below the red counterweight on the grip-        Ensure you are not touching the red counterweight on the butt of the grip. In order to feel its full effect, you must grip below it so no part of your hand is touching the red part.
  2. Set the radar up out towards the target-
    Place the radar slightly forward of where you would normally impact the ball. This forces you to produce high speeds all the way through impact position. In amateur golfers, most speed is actually lost before impact, so encouraging yourself to release the speed out in front of you will help transfer to when you are hitting a ball.
  3. Always forward press before you start each swing-
    Forward pressing before each swing encourages the brush stroke or sweeping motion. This is beneficial as it encourages the hands to move before the end of the club, which tends to result in better wrist sequencing in the downswing.
  4. Switch grip when switching sides-
    If you don’t switch your hands when switching from your dominant to non-dominant sides your wrists are forced into alien positions which can cause an injury.
  5. Wear a glove-
    Wearing a glove helps you to keep a good grip on the club
  6. Swing towards a safe open space-
    Swinging towards an open space prevents hurting anyone else when performing our protocols.
  7. Warmup before performing our protocols-
    Warming up before performing our protocols prevents injury from occurring during our protocols.
  8. Do not perform more than 3 days per week
  9. Take one full rest day between sessions




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