What I mean by “develop YOUR mgs swing:
It is virtually impossible for a golfer to match perfectly the swing of another golfer (nor should they try to). No two golfers are identical in anatomy, physiology, ability, coordination, mind set, rhythm, tempo, etc., etc. The MGS is not a cookie cutter swing method where every detail must be followed to the letter of instruction in order to match the model. If you are going to use the MGS fundamentals, then use them in a fashion that FITS YOU, not some other golfer.
Kevin has posted a number of different videos showing his journey to what the MGS swing is for him. That fact that some part(s) of his swing may not match Kiren’s teaching perfectly is of no consequence if the swing he developed is working for him. Looking at his swing is there anyone that can say with certainty where, when, and how much he is applying the torques and levers. I’d bet he can’t tell you with a high degree of accuracy because it is an integral part of his biomechanics that is difficult to isolate from the other parts of his mechanics. Even his positions during the swing will vary from yours simple because you are not him. He says in one of his comments: “No conscious attempt to rotate upper body or hips, set or cock the risk, or make a conscious weight shift to the lead side.” That does not mean they don’t happen. If you look at his videos you will see that he rotates the upper body, the hips rotate, there is some downcocking, and certainly there is a weight shift. They may be happening as a consequence of his biometrics rather that an intentional effort to make them happen, but nevertheless they do occur (as they need to in any good swing).
The point is that MGS has some fundamentals that have been laid out by Kiran and Kevin. Use those to experiment and find how much of each is necessary for YOU to perform the MGS swing in a way that is best for YOU. Myself as an example, after months of playing around with the fundamentals I settled on less of a twist, a hand path that was not as far inside, a medium weight shift, and a conscious use of the pivot to drive my downswing. I also have a slight wrist cock in the DS. But that is just me. That doesn’t mean those things are best for you simply because you are not me. BUT, inherent in the fundamentals (which are sound) is a combination that will ultimately fit you. Go back to Part I of the MGS review I wrote and pay attention to the part about why this swing works. If you are having trouble I’d suggest you have one of the common swing faults you have always had that you brought to MGS and can interfere with any golf swing.
Don’t become tied to instruction that gives no latitude for your performance, or biometrics, to deviate from the model. That’s what killed the Single Axis Forum with the persistent emphasis on IMA and Bertholy to the point where no other mechanics were acceptable.
MGS is a good swing method. Use the fundamentals to find how it can best work for you and don't be afraid to modify it if it helps you to do so.