There are many aches and pains which can be associated to playing golf. Whether it's back pain, neck pain or even wrist pain, there are a number of reasons why we gain injuries. Dr. Mark Bull has learned from years of case studies, that certain movements in golf can cause adverse effects on the body. This class will teach you what movements to avoid if you suffer from these injuries or even some movements you should try.
This class is designed to be performed anywhere, with very limited equipment and is suitable for everybody, regardless of age or ability. The aim of this class is to prolong your golfing experience and give you the ability to play whenever you want, not when your body allows.
What movements commonly cause back pain/injuries
What movements commonly cause pain in your wrists
Which movements commonly cause pain the hips and legs
How to correct any poor movements
A selection of exercises to help you stay pain free
This class includes 14 videos and lots of exercises designed to prolong your golfing career.
His areas of research focus on the impact of anatomy, human movement and biofeedback on golf swing biomechanics and kinematics. Mark provides 3D motion capture, biomechanics and sport science services to a range of leading players and golfing organisations and has worked with over 75 European and PGA tour professionals, over 350 PGA coaches, multiple national programs including England Golf, Golf Australia, Wales Golf, Icelandic Golf, Scottish Golf Union, British PGA and numerous more. Mark is a keynote speaker who presents regularly to leading conferences and sporting organisations on biomechanics in golf and has appeared on SkySports Golf on several occasions.
Mark works with multiple leading coaches who’s players include Justin Rose, Patrick Reed, Lucas Bjerregaard, Thorbjorn Olesen, Jhonnatan Vegas and many more.
Watch the interview of Mark Bull
Are you someone who suffers from pain after playing golf? Dr. Mark Bull introduces this class which aims to prolong your golfing life by limiting or even removing the pain you get from playing golf.
Watch this brilliant in-depth interview with Dr. Mark Bull about his role as a biomechanics expert for some of the worlds most elite golfers.
A common movement used in the backswing which can create major problems to the back and neck.
How to avoid elevating your ribcage in the backswing which can cause spinal injuries.
Help to relieve any compression in your trail side during the transition of the golf swing.
A great drill to help keep your pelvis level throughout the golf swing, especially the downswing.
Here are a set of references to help keep your shoulders neutral in the backswing.
Try this test to see how your trail arm works in the transition phase of the backswing.
Similar to the previous drill, this helps keep your trail arm the correct distance throughout the follow-through.
A great drill to perform whilst pitching or chipping to help keep your lead arm, shoulder and wrist aligned.
How should your head behave at impact and what problems can poor head movement create?
Avoid excessive extension in the wrists during the backswing to help avoid any pain or injury.
Avoid unnecessary flexion and extension in the wrists during the transition phase to help prevent serious injury.
How should your wrists operate through impact? Dr. Mark Bull demonstrates how this should look for most golfers.
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