For the “I” triangle, one should be positioned such that the inside of the feet are aligned comfortably about the width of the chest. They are in line with the hips and positioned below the arm pits.
When the golfer addresses the ball, he stands in the “ready position”, (which is a universal sports position) knees bent, weight on balls of feet; chest over knees over toes. The position is well balanced and ready for action.
Once in position, you should apply pressure down from the feet into the ground. Conversely, apply an upward force to the chest. This will provide a stable position over the ball.
The Movement of the "I" Triangle features a gliding motion from a neutral, “I" triangle position, to reverse dominant position (right triangle backward), then returning to the neutral position at impact, with a follow through to the “forward dominant” position (right triangle forward).