Load Right Leg in Golf for Stability, Safety - FF


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Some members from the forum have asked the question, "If you're not going to push off the right side in the downswing, then why bother loading the right glute?" It's a very good question and I answer it in this video.


Video Practice Points
  • The "Reverse C" posture taught by many golf instructors in the '60s and '70s is hard on the hips
  • Pushing off the right foot creates the Reverse C, putting the left hip well beyond neutral where it is easily damaged
  • Pulling with the left-side musculature keeps the hip in neutral, allowing you to pivot safely
  • Loading into the right glute in the backswing provides stability in the swing
  • The right glute isn't storing power for a push, but supporting the aggressive rotation of the upper body

 

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