Coiling With Instability


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Jeremy Klinkhamer

6 Responses to “Coiling With Instability”

  1. Dear Jeremy ,Wouldn’t be Better to start with to develop your feel of balance before doing this rather difficult exercise : balance on one foot ,eyes closed for example ,the “a

    • Agreed. I have a 4 part series on balance in the “Flexibility” tab above that should help but there are countless exercises to work on balance that just depend on the individual. I try to have each video show something beneficial for everyone but it’s just not possible. Do your best with the exercise… just remember that every balance exercise should be on the cusp of success and failure. Too difficult and they don’t help; too easy and they don’t help. The best balance exercise is safe but frustrating. Once you’re on level ground you’ll feel like the swing is easy!
      Good luck,
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  2. Appreciate your advice, presented very well, thanks.

  3. March 29, 2018

    Chris

    Thanks, these are very helpful.

  4. April 9, 2018

    RussCarr

    Great tip, I have managed to work through the exercise, but get a little lost when I have a club and work the way to the top of the swing with a full backswing. Do you have any videos that do this exercise with a club and talk through how to tell you are at the top, how the arms move, what muscles are being used and how to feel when to stop?

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