October 24, 2011

Falling Or Leaning Backward After The Shot (Reverse Pivot)

Falling or leaning back is a symptom of a poor transition from backswing to downswing. A poor transition usually occurs when there is inadequate strength or activation of the torso and lower body muscles. Your legs act as stabilizers during your swing and provide balance and support. Another cause is starting the swing with the arms prior to releasing the hips. If the weight is not shifted forward onto the front leg, it is difficult to create any force through momentum.

  1. Hip Abduction
  2. Weighted medicine ball drills

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