Welcome to our first ever “Ask The Golf Doctor” segment. I have asked the best sports medicine, physical therapy, and chiropractic doctors to answer YOUR questions.
This week, we will be chatting with Dr. Scott Hoar from Mobility 4 Life in Boynton Beach, Florida.
He will be teaching us why it is harder for us to rotate as we age, how lack of rotation affects our golf swing, and how we can regain and maintain the ability to rotate in the golf swing!
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- Can Openers: Great exercise to develop and maintain thoracic spine mobility. Maintaining proper mobility in the thoracic spine region (mid-back) will allow us to rotate during the golf swing without placing stress on the lumbar spine (lower back) and cervical spine (neck region).
- Spidermans: Great exercise to develop and maintain good hip mobility. Being able to internally and externally rotate the hips is key for a good golf swing. Good weight shift and sequence during the golf swing are dependant on our ability to rotate on the trail leg during the backswing and the lead leg during the downswing.
Contact Dr. Scott Hoar:
Mobility 4 Life
1014 GATEWAY BLVD STE 104
BOYNTON BEACH, FL, 33426
Phone: (561) 877-1680
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