Hip Mobility Part 2 Progressions
Limited hip mobility is a common problem that can cause pain and/or compensations with the golf swing.
Backswing: back leg internally rotates, front leg externally rotates
Downswing and follow through: back leg externally rotates, front leg internally rotates
Hypomobility can contribute to swing faults including:
🏌️♂️Hanging Back (downswing)
🏌️♂️Loss of Posture
Poor hip mobility can also lead to compensations creating pain at the lumbar spine, knee, and ankle.
⛳️True Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch WITH QUAD 🔑 tuck your hips underneath you first
⛳️Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch with Stick Mobility overhead reach
⛳️Hip Internal Rotation with Stick Mobility Assist
⛳️Bilateral Adductor Rock Backs
Stay tuned for ankle mobility!
Kevin O’Connor, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
TPI Medical 3 Certified
Owner - Impact Physical Therapy and Performance
Physical Therapist – Laguna Niguel, California
Do you struggle to get through a round without pain?
Are you losing distance on your drive?
If so, your lack of mobility is holding you back!
No more guessing- follow a plan. The guide includes video explanations so you know you are doing the exercises correctly.