Quick Tip - How the Body Stops
Full Swing • 3m 56s
Obviously, there is plenty to be said about body movement in relation to your swing. Momentum, proper mechanics, how to train these movements, and so on. What we need to talk about today is the inverse. Stopping your body is important in golf, and in any rotational sport as well. Doing this activates your decelerators, muscles specialized in slowing the body down. This results in torque being created, and thus better impact. Join us as Todd Graves explains this dynamic.
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