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Golf Performance Training Tips To Improve Power by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sat 23 Oct 2010 12:00am Michael Martin Equinox Fitness Elite Personal Trainer Golf as we know today has evolved into a power game due to golf courses getting longer and tougher. In order to keep up with the challenging courses, it is critical to train your body. Take one look at the professional golf players on tour today, you’ll see strong, lean bo ... Read on »
Keeping Your Shoulders Mobile AND Stable by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 11:44pm Every time you reach for your seatbelt or wave goodbye, you rely on the impressive range of motion (ROM) of your shoulder. Unfortunately, for all of its mobility, the shoulder is also the least stable joint in your body, making it a prime target for injury. The shoulder complex consists of a ball and socket joint and shoulder girdle wh ... Read on »
All photos inside golfing require a glenohumeral 4story money swing by runescape Posted Wed 06 Feb 2013 7:18am    All photos inside golfing require a glenohumeral4story Lunaljoint flip. Putting and also damaging demand a modest glenohumeral joint turn with virtually no some other motion (no smashing with the wrists, lower leg actions, cool switch, or even weight exchange). Frequency photos, punch photos, loser s photographs, and also greenside bunker pictur ... Read on »
Golf swing consistency is my nemesis by Jackie M. Posted Sun 20 May 2012 10:12pm The challenge for every golfer is to achieve consistency in their swing. Biomechanics has shown us just how the body should move for the perfect swing, we watch videos of the best golfers, we get personal instruction and so on. Yet improvement is elusive for most people, or even worse, we improve at times but are still inconsistent!   How come ... Read on »
"Beefing" up my golf game by dailydoseoffit Posted Thu 10 Jun 2010 7:37am I am enjoying my Wednesday night women's golf league, even though "inconsistency" is the name of my game.  As a personal trainer I am always looking for ways to strengthen and improve my performance. We know golf is all about your core muscles and balance so that is what I focused on.  I scoured through my magazines and material and found a an ex ... Read on »
Internal Rotation - The New and Improved Approach for Shoulder Rehab by Chris M. Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 7:56pm Internal Rotation: The Old Fashioned Approach Stretching the internal rotation of your shoulder without help can be a problem. Most people suggest using a towel, golf club or some other item to drape over your shoulder and grasp behind your back. Then, you lift gently with one arm while pulling the other arm upwards behind your back. This ... Read on »
Internal Rotation: The Old Fashi... by Chris M. Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 3:32pm Internal Rotation: The Old Fashioned Approach Stretching the internal rotation of your shoulder without help can be a problem. Most people suggest using a towel, golf club or some other item to drape over your shoulder and grasp behind your back. Then, you lift gently with one arm while pulling the other arm upwards behind your back. Thi ... Read on »
Bag Boy's travel cover handle rotates 360 degrees by kevinrou Posted Tue 26 Jun 2012 2:02am Those of us who take our golf games on the road know that travel bags are essential pieces of equipment. Protecting our metals and irons, our wedges and putters is a big part of their job. But they must also be easy to tote around airports, hotels and rental car parking lots. The folks at evening bags Boy, which was founded in 1946 and is kn ... Read on »
Want a Powerful Golf Swing? Get Better Shoulder Mobility by Chris M. Posted Wed 15 Aug 2012 8:46am The golf swing is a sophisticated activity involving your entire body … legs, hips, torso, shoulders and arms.  If any of these are inhibited, then the power you can generate is compromised as well. 3 Simple & Quick Shoulder Mobility Exercises. Here are three shoulder mobility exercises you can do in the clubhouse or on the first t ... Read on »
Golf Injury Prevention by David C. Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 6:59am There are three phases to the golf swing, each of which can cause injury if executed incorrectly. Additionally, there are specific exercises you can perform to help reduce your risk of hurting yourself during that particular swing phase. Phase 1: Take-Away. The take-away consists of the set-up movement to the top of the back swing. During this ... Read on »