Top 2 frames L/R ...STABILITY in the shoulders, hips and feet for golf ....best achieved by involving mobility....Standing still on 1 leg for 20+ seconds just doesn’t do the body much justice when it comes to having to control the body in motion from one transition to the next in something as powerful as the the golf swing.
Adding load to the movement adds greater enhancement to our proprioception.
Think of this:
* How heavy do you think ones torso is from the hips to the head and all the way to the fingers?... Over half of our body weight 😳 ** How this relates to to Golf...when an individual is making a full swing (Driver in particular) they’re club head is going at a rate of 60 - to upwards of 120 mph in a matter of seconds. They must be able to decelerate the load of their upper body along with the club going at this rate and be able to do so in all 3 planes of motion.
When something is moving that fast, with that much weight, repetitively over time, it is a lot for the body to handle. ***When training you must adapt the body to handle these loads/ this speed, both conventionally and unconventionally. **This is a HUGE reason WHY strength training is important for golfers. Strengthening with conventional lifts and strengthening within the Transformational Zones of the activity ..Golf.
Both sides from left to right, right to left!
Variability is key!
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