Balance Part 4 – Follow Through Balance Exercise

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Jeremy Klinkhamer

4 Responses to “Balance Part 4 – Follow Through Balance Exercise”

  1. August 28, 2012


    Hi Jeremy,
    I really like your stressing on ending on your lead foot heel. I think this has been a problem for me due to many ankle injuries when I was younger. A great series on balance!
    Thanks Mike

    • It’s amazing how old injuries can show up in our golf game isn’t it? Thanks for keeping up with the video series.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  2. August 28, 2012


    Hi Jeremy,
    Thank you very much for your tips on balance. When I started , trying to stand on one foot eyes open I could stand on either foot for less than twenty seconds – eyes closed, not even 3 seconds. When playing, I was constantly falling in one of the four directions and you know what I was shooting. Yesterday, I only had 3 times when I didn’t hold my balance and shot low 90′s, probably 20 strokes better than my best game this year. My playing partners were amazed with both my balance and my better scoring. Now I have no problem standing on one foot for a minute with my eyes open. Still cannot meet your minimum for eyes closed. I can already turn from the tight wire in either direction and will soon start swinging the club. I’m certain that this will help my follow through since I have been known to step through it to remain erect. I believe I was able to progress so fast because about 15 years ago I lost a bet that I could stand on one foot for a minute. After that I learned to do it by practicing every morning until I could do it.

    • Congratulations Roy. It’s great to hear you’re having success with the balance series. Sounds like it’s time to make a new bet that you can stand on one leg with your eyes shut for 30 seconds! Good luck with the next task.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

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