Flexibility and the Reverse Pivot

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  1. gordontucker, 1 year ago

    i do this, but only at the very end of my backswing, or at the start of my way down. Im in very good shape, my core is strong. I know I do it but I cant stop it. it like im lifting my arms for ‘extra power”…I hate this. it causes on over the top push fade or a pull! AHHHHH i’m ready to quit golf!

    • Jeremy Klinkhamer

      Jeremy Klinkhamer, 1 year ago

      Hi Gordon,
      It sounds like your “extra power” move is doing exactly the opposite effect isn’t it?!?! Don’t quit, once you rid yourself of this move (which I’m sure you will) you’ll open the doors to new potential and a whole new outlook on your golf game. I’ll let Paul address this more but I have a feeling once you discover a move stable backswing and an improved plane you’ll see more power with less effort. Dig deep… is it a swing flaw because of knowledge? physical limitation? mental approach? All phases are here for you… keep at it.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT


  2. MarkCanu, 1 year ago

    Jeremy – Do you have a program for core development?

    • Jeremy Klinkhamer

      Jeremy Klinkhamer, 1 year ago

      Hi Mark,
      Thanks for the question. I plan on downloading more videos on Paul’s site that deal with core development. As of now I have 2 that are applicable:
      1. What is the Core?
      2. Build Your Upper Body Strength for More Power
      For golfers specifically, I’m a big fan of the Pelvic Tilt series, Dead Bug series and all types of static and dynamic Planks. Stay tuned for more Core Development videos…
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT


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