FitGolf San Diego – Pelvic Rotation Correction

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FitGolf San Diego – Pelvic Rotation Correction

Pelvic Rotation Correction

We have multiple power sources available in the human body to hit a golf ball. Sometimes we get in a bad habit of over utilizing one power source so much it causes performance problems or injury. For example, if you over use your arms in the golf swing you might cast the club, get off plane or injure a wrist or elbow. The dilemma is how to stop this from happening. Well, the answer is to recognize the issue and correct it by finding your specific ‘under utilized’ power source. Simply asking your arms to do less in the swing without replacing that power source will lead to immediate power reduction and eventually you’ll have to go back to using your arms. In this video, I’ll show you one of the most commonly under utilized power sources so you can be on your way to that balanced, effortless swing you’ve been hunting for.

Jeremy Klinkhamer- Titleist TPI Certified

Jeremy Klinkhamer ::  jklinkhamer@fitgolf.com :: (619) 822-2175

Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT, GPS, & TPI Level 2 Certified Medical Professional is the Program Director for FitGolf Performance Centers of San Diego. Jeremy is one of the country’s premiere Golf Fitness Experts. He has spent the last 15 years working with hundreds of golfers in San Diego County.

FitGolf San Diego  ::  sdfitgolf@fitgolf.com  ::  619-822-2175
2990 Murphy Canyon Rd. San Diego, CA 92123

Titleist TPI Certified

Disclaimer: Consult your physician before starting this or any other fitness program. If you (or your family) have a history of heart diseases, high blood pressure or have any medical condition that could be aggravated by physical activity or if your physician advises against it, DO NOT START this fitness program. Stop immediately if you feel discomfort, light-headedness, or nausea and call the proper medical expert. The user assumes all risks of injury.

2017-12-07T10:05:30+00:00

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