1. Reverse Spine Angle - This is the number one predictor of low back pain in golf. Reverse Spine angle means that your upper body is leaning too far backwards, or too far to the left (right handed golfer) at the top of the backswing.
This opens the right side of your lower back in the...
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...
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.