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How Can I Fix My Golfer's Elbow?

How can I fix my Golfer’s Elbow?

There are two different treatment approaches when it comes to Golfer’s Elbow, and it all depends on how long you have been experiencing symptoms. First, let’s discuss what Golfer’s Elbow actually is:

The pain is at the medial side of the...

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The Importance of Anti-Rotation Exercises in Golf

We all know that golf is a rotational sport. It is common to see rotational type exercises in golf programs. MedBall rotational throws, chops and lifts, and the infamous... let’s turn the cable column into a golf club. Let’s get one thing straight, rotational exercises should...

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Neck Pain? Cervical ROM Requirements for Golf

Neck ROM requirements in golf:

It is easy to think that golfers do not need much neck movement during the golf swing, as their eyes are focusing on the ball and the head is not moving much. However, as the shoulders and thorax rotate below a still head, a substantial amount of neck ROM is needed...

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Low Back Pain in Golf

Low back pain in golf:

One of the most common injuries in golf is low back pain. Often times, the pain in the low back is due to a mobility restriction above or below. The two main sources are the thoracic spine and hips.

Limited thoracic rotation can lead to increased stress at the lumbar spine...

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Golf Mobility: Shoulder

Shoulder Mobility: Flexion and External Rotation

You should be able to actively rotate your front and back shoulder to at LEAST 90 degrees while in your golf setup posture.

Limited mobility can make it difficult to rotate your arms through the backswing and follow through and can lead to faulty...

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Golf Mobility: Ankle

Ankle Mobility: Dorsiflexion

It is easy to ignore the ankle when thinking about the golf swing. The ankle and foot are our contact point with the ground, and are important for generating ground reaction force. Ankle DF comes from motion at the Talocrural Joint, as the talus glides posteriorly on...

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Golf Mobility: Hip Part 2

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

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Golf Mobility: Hip Part 1

Hip Mobility
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...

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Golf Mobility: Thoracic Extension

Thoracic Extension
Limited thoracic mobility is one of the most common problems in recreational golfers. Lack of thoracic extension will make it difficult to maintain posture at the top of your backswing and can lead to swing faults including:
‍C Posture
‍Loss of Posture
‍Flat Shoulder...

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Golf Mobility: Thoracic Rotation

Thoracic Rotation:
Limited thoracic mobility is one of the most common problems in recreational golfers. Inability to properly rotate through the thoracic spine will limit your ability to do a full shoulder turn and can lead to many golf swing faults including:
‍Loss of Posture
‍Flat...

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