Introducing The "SteadHead"... The Fastest, Easiest Way To Reduce Head Motion Before Impact!
Developed by Single Plane Professional Golfer Reed Howard, the Stead Head solves this universal problem by leveraging your peripheral vision to self-monitor the movement of your head.
“There’s really no way to tell that your head’s moving unless you have a coach watching you or you are video recording your swing…
So I developed the SteadHead simply for me to get immediate feedback on what my head is doing during the swing.”
This easy-to-use training aid clips on your hat or visor and gives you the ability to see any turn or sway of your head.
More importantly, you can take practice swings while keeping your head perfectly still, and actually groove the feeling of swinging without moving your head.
“There’s no way for you to be able to practice and get such an accurate gauge of whether or not your head is still without using the SteadHead.”
In as little as 10 swings with the Steadhead you will be changing your swing naturally and for the better, just by following the oldest piece of advice “KEEP YOUR HEAD STILL”, only now you can see it!
And if you can see it you can CORRECT IT!
HOW TO USE
- Clip to the center of the brim in between both eyes. Make sure that the horizontal cone is level.
- Focus on the ball and swing (note that you will see the stead head moving in front of your face without needing to look directly at it). Always have your eyes fixed on the ball.
- Remember to practice swing! You may find that keeping your head still is hard. It is easier to keep it still with practice swings first and then move into hitting wedges, irons, and eventually full drivers. See how solidly you hit the ball with a still head and beat all your friends with ease!