Now, because of the advantages of greater speed, power, and consistency, it is a bottom-up approach. This means that the golfer is taught to generate force from the ground up, making the legs and hips the greatest force generators. The shoulders and club are driven more passively, rapidly picking up speed like the end of a whip making its approach towards the ball.
This assessment is specifically designed to identify the biomechanical deficiencies that you may have (some of which you may be unaware). These deficiencies impede your golf swing and can possibly cause injury. You must first be able to move like a pro to swing like a pro!
The assessment will quickly shed light on how you move, balance, and stabilize your body. Based on the different data points collected, you will be given a treatment and exercise plan to best achieve the movement norms that most professional golfers commonly share.
- Assessing risk factors contributing to your injury
- Assessing the right pattern of mobility and stability that the body requires to reduce repetitive stress and prevent injury while performing the golf swing
- Experiencing targeted treatment strategies for overcoming your injury and/or preventing re-injury