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Random golf fitness thoughts: Instalment 4

1. The ‘modern’ golf swing may be more conducive to low back pain.

Research has suggested that players using a more classic style of golf swing experience less low back pain. 491 more words


A Golfers Guide to Preventing Low Back Pain

First of all, it’s been a while since I’ve written a post on here as I’ve been away enjoying the sunshine in Europe. A big thank you to everyone who has subscribed to the blog in the mean time, and thanks to everyone for sticking around until I got back and writing again. 210 more words


Keeping injury free for a better round

Golf seems like a gentle sport with low risk of injury, but with all sporting activities those taking part can suffer from injury that ultimately will affect their game. 781 more words


Tiger Woods Return


Tiger Woods made is much anticipated return at the Quicken Loans National two weeks ago and I noticed several subtle differences with his game since his surgery.   267 more words

Quicken Loans National

Low Back Injuries in Golf

Low back injuries are the most common injuries among golfers. Not only is it the number one injury for golf, but over 90% of Americans have suffered an acute injury to the back, or are still suffering from a chronic injury. 244 more words

Golf Fitness

Golf Conditioning at its best. Congrats Justin Rose

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“Someone else then has a whole set of skills that you don’t have. So there’s no doubt, to be the best player in the world, you have to be an athlete. 17 more words

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