Kinematic sequence training for Rotational sports.
Elite level athletes in all rotational based sports have 1 thing in common. They tend to have great kinematic sequencing from the ground up. Golf, baseball, tennis, boxing etc. These athletes understand how to utilize the ground and transmit force up through the body in order to create power and consistent movement patterns.
Athletes who can sequence properly and also decelerate in the same sequence (hips, torso, arms, and club) tend to have higher power output, repeatable movements patterns, and can decrease risks of injury.
Tag a golf buddy who need to learn how to do this or wants to create more speed and distance in their swing.
My man @johnwhen4 has room to improve on his golf swing and golf skill but from his experience with martial arts has allowed him to do great job of generating power through proper sequencing vs. raw strength. The neural imprint of learning how to punch properly has allowed John to adapt and learn more efficiently-another example of sport specialization & playing variety of sports being important- but that’s for another day!
The kinematic sequence involves force developing from the ground and initiating the rotation with the lower body (hips), followed by the thorax, arms, and finally the tool or equipment we are swinging, throwing, or hitting. Love working with this guy-trains hard, he wants to learn more, and does his homework to take care of his body-Keep up the good work!! @theugp @trxtraining
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