Short Game Stability

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Jeremy Klinkhamer

9 Responses to “Short Game Stability”

  1. April 20, 2013

    CraigSmith

    Any emphasis in/through the glutes or through the knees? Thank you!

    • Hi Craig,
      My main priority is “overall” balance and stability with these exercises. Paul would be a great resource for you to answer more specifically where you should put an “emphasis” regarding such things as set-up and weight transfer with your short game. You could definitely incorporate his short-game teachings into these exercises. I’ll pass your question onto him right now.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  2. You show the BOSU BALL device .There are several BOSU BALLS advertised :the BASIC ,the 55 cm,,the TRAINER HOME VERSION :
    Which one should I buy?

  3. Hi Jeremy

    Can you comment on the contribution of roller blading practice to balance?

    Thanks

    Davidw

    • In-line skates are a great form of dynamic balance training. Balance, proprioception, speed, power and strength are all involved. Sounds like a great way to cross-train to me. Leg strength and balance are essentials to a solid base for the golf swing… this would be a fun way to develop that. In San Diego there is a famous guy that Rollerblades in slow-motion along the Mission Beach and Pacific Beach boardwalk… his nickname is Slow-Mo. Check him out. I believe he’s a retired neurologist. Not sure if he golfs but he’s quite a sight. Google him!
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  4. Sound balance in the full swing is also essentiel .
    Do you train it the same way ?
    I remember you gave other drills for the full swing ,the ” leverage “involved by the extended club creates inbalance to a greater extent

    • Hey Raymond,
      Balance training is great for every aspect of athleticism… how you do it can change depending on what specific movement you’re trying to improve. Full swings, half-swings and short-game training can all be worked on while on an unstable platform. The more unstable the more you need to think about the safety of the movement… I certainly wouldn’t ask anybody to do full swings on a Bosu Ball. Be creative and feel free to share it with the group if you have something good.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  5. August 21, 2014

    ERIABBERA

    Thanks Jeremy.

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