Golfers: Take Care of Your Back
Thistle Ridge Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 120 pages
This book aims to help golfers protect and care for their backs. Beginning with a chapter explaining and illustrating the anatomy of the back, the book follows with exercises, warm-ups and self-tests to help you protect your own back.
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Walking and Warmups
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abdominal mus addressing the ball ankles arch B.C. Open back problems back straight backward bend forward BODY MECHANICS calf muscles cause chair chest cles comfortable computer keyboard curl the trunk cushion desk EFFECT ON GOLFERS exer exercise five Exercise for Hip EXERCISES TO STRENGTHEN feet five seconds flexibility floor foot forearms Gastrocnemius Muscle golf swing Hale Irwin hamstrings heel hip flexors HIP JOINT ROTATION hips and knees Hold for five knee extensors left leg lift limber lordosis low back pain lower abdominal muscles movement neck osteoporosis outward rotation pelvis physical therapist pillow play golf posi posture professional golfer R I S E Raise your arms repeat five Repeat the exercise rest RI6HT right leg seat Self-Test and Exercise shoes side sideways sit-ups sitting slightly Soleus Muscle spine rotation squat stability standing starting position strain strength thigh tight tion trunk curled upper back walking WARM-UP EXERCISES