RSA Webinar 2 - Golf Back Pain Fix

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Have golf back pain? Is it crippling your ability to enjoy the game and play your best? Well, I've got great news for you! This webinar touches on literally every "pain" point that causes most golfers back pain, and teaches you how to fix it!

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This has to be one of the best golf videos I’ve seen. Chuck is the only instructor I’ve seen describe the biomechanics/physiology of the swing and the physical consequences of bad instruction. He’s so right about the bad instruction out there as I fell prey to it by trying to keep the face shut and rotate my body hard through the swing. Within a couple hours of finishing my round, my lower back was sore and stiff and I knew that shouldn’t be happening to me at 33 years old. Chuck and RST are ahead of the curve and I appreciate the integrity of your instruction.
March 20, 2021
Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Thanks very much James! Glad you have found some insightful videos to get rid of pain.
March 22, 2021
Really appreciate this video -- a question was asked at the 22 minute mark about hip pain .. I also had this ..I would swear it was a 'rear' hip pain -- went to physio and turns out to be problems with L4-L5 joints. I was struggling with shoulders moving and having smothered pull hooks ... Great review from Chis T to double down on "right Foot' video and the 'release the right hand' video -- and the physic exercises have helped immensely. ps - love more video's for seniors ps - any video on people like me who fail the 'wall test' ...and how much can we improve ?? Here is Mayo Clinic info on wall test ... "Take the wall test To test your standing posture, take the wall test. Stand with your head, shoulder blades and buttocks touching a wall, and have your heels about 2 to 4 inches (about 5 to 10 centimeters) away from the wall. Reach back and slide your hand behind the curve in your lower back, with your palm flat against the wall. Ideally, you'll feel about one hand's thickness of space between your back and the wall. If there's too much space, tighten your abdominal muscles to flatten the curve in your back. If there's too little space, arch your back so that your hand fits comfortably behind you. Walk away from the wall while maintaining this posture. Keep it up throughout your daily activities."
September 26, 2020
Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Greg. Thanks for the post and compliments of the work Chris has done with you. Nice information for our members here.
September 28, 2020

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