Downswing


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Downswing

(1) A downward turn in a security's price after a period of flat or rising prices (market top). (2) The period during which a security's price trends downwards.
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On the way down concentrate on starting your downswing with your left hip first as opposed to pulling down with your arms and shoulders.
Most golfers who hook the ball are afraid to let their bodies release on the downswing.
It's a bad move, because they've changed their spatial measurement to the ball and must find it again during the downswing.
The downswing of the dollar encouraged traders to shift their funds to the oil market where transactions are made in the U.
I believe the most effective way to consistently bring the club down from the top of the backswing is to allow your left side to start the downswing.
Whether you have a head-lifting problem or not, it is vital that the knees remain flexed through the downswing.
As a result, stand-alone PET is experiencing a downswing in demand as hybrid PET-CT scanners gain in popularity.
But material and energy issues went down affected by a downswing in crude oil and gold prices, the analysts said.
It sounds to me as if you may be coming over the top in the downswing and smothering the ball which causes your drives to go low and left and contributes to you hitting that horrid shank.
When you get the club in the air, the first move on the downswing is to turn your hips open - not much, because they're already open, but just a subtle move so that hands can drop into the proper position.
Strategic incorporation of outbound dialing products on a large scale into contact centers and customer service projects has allowed vendors to combat the market downswing and augment revenues," explains Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Seema Lall.
89 per barrel during premarket trading on buying spurred by the dollar's downswing against other major currencies.