341: Golf Mechanics and Functional Corrections
Understanding the interaction of the lower extremity to the upper extremity in the golf stroke is key to developing a safe and effective functional golf training program. The barriers and compensations the body creates can translate to potential overuse injuries. By applying the functional anatomy and movement patterns into the golfer's training program, you can significantly reduce their risk of injury and trim strokes off their score. Analyzing functional integrated movement patterns of the legs and core can help you identify improper swing techniques and with functional corrections, enhance the golf stroke.