Mon Jan 4, 2021 by Dr. Ben Langdown and Jennifer Fleischer Working out at home is quickly becoming the new normal. And while at first it was impossible to imagine life without gym access and group classes, we’re starting to see how coaches are able
In our previous article we presented 7 anti-rotation exercises to help maximize clubhead velocity. In this article we will present more dynamic movement-based exercises for generating impulse through disassociation
Anti-rotation. As a golfer you may be thinking, why would I want to resist rotation when my sport demands so much of it? It sounds counterproductive, right?
Poor posture can have detrimental effects on the golf swing. In our previous blogs, we outlined the ways in which prolonged sitting (e.g. at a desk) can lead to poor posture – specifically upper and lower crossed syndromes.
Our last blog focused on exercises to increase the strength of the gluteals and discussed their role in creating various movements. This time we’ll address the thoracic region of the vertebral column (commonly known as the T-Spine) and provide examples of mobilisations and exercises to improve mobility in this area.
Whether you’re looking to improve your golf game, speed up your sprints or simply prevent injuries and low back pain, focusing on glute strength is one of the most important things you can do in the gym. In this blog, my mentor Ben Langdown (@benlangdown) Sports...
It’s that time of year again: After indulging in more sugar, grains and alcohol than usual over the holidays, most of us are feeling the need for a little detoxification. All too often, people embark on a weeklong juice-cleanse or starvation diet in an attempt...
So from part 1 of this blog, we know that lower crossed syndrome (weak gluteals and abs and tight hip flexors and low back) can cause a host of issues in your golf game, but what about the upper body version?!
Whether you want better posture for increased golf performance, injury prevention or simply a more confident, youthful appearance, this blog is a must-read.
As Dr. Mark Hyman says, “If you feel lousy, it’s likely you’re toxic.” Have you been feeling lousy lately? A little sluggish? Getting more headaches than normal? Finding yourself craving sugar and starchy, processed foods? If so, it might be time for some detoxification. We...