Golf movement training – sitting core dissociation

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As we create movement during a golf swing, we work from the ground up… through our torso our through the arms to the club. Each segment goes through a mobility-stability phase or an acceleration-decleration, the movement/acceleration of the body segment produces speed or power, it is quickly followed by a stability/deceleration phase which facilitates mobility/acceleration at the next, more distal segment – the stability/decleration action produces an “anchor” from which the adjacent segment can begin its mobility/acceleration phase.

Sitting core dissociation exercise is one way that we can promote an effective lower body or pelvis stability/deceleration and promote correct upper torso mobility/acceleration pattern. This can be done on a stability ball or even a swivel chair.