Saturday, August 29, 2009
That the kernel and the golf swing have in common, Part II
That the keel and the golf swing have in common, Part II In the first part of this article discussed the core and its relation to the golf swing. A quick examination of the information contained in the first article indicated a relationship between final? athletic movements? of a golf swing and the middle section of the body. Before starting this article takes a brief moment to consider the information provided in the first article on this topic. A quick examination shows that the core is an anatomical region of the body. This region of the body is composed of all the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and neural structures, which is the hip to the bottom of the chest. This includes all structures: the hips, abdominals, lower back, and obliques (side abdominals). In addition to describing the anatomy of the central region, the first part of this article describes: the relationship between the core and the golf swing specific areas of the range of motion, coordination, speed of movement, and balance. Part of this article discuss basic flexibility, strength, endurance and power. We refer to these three additional golf swing as we did in the first part. Recalling from the first article, the range of motion is directly related to the distance. Distance a body moves in a given amount of time discussing biomechanics. Field of relative motion of the golf swing states that the greater range of motion that the basic mechanisms of the body can pass through the more force can be created to provide the club head. The second issue discussed in this article was a movement of speed. Remember, the speed of movement is directly related to the range of motion. Speed of movement is essential to add a time interval of motion. The faster an object or the body can go through a specific range of motion, a larger amount of force can be created through this range of motion. Third, we introduced the co-ordination. Coordination is the ability to time the movements of the body in proper sequence to perform the desired task. This requires the body to move through ranges of motion with the correct speed of movement. The last topic discussed in a section of this article was balanced. The balance is the ability to maintain a center of gravity during movement. Balance allows for a better sport. Early in point two of this article, based on the information discussed in an article. Relevance to the core and the golf swing is when you connect easily to these issues (the range of motion, speed of movement, coordination and balance) for the movement associated with the athletic golf swing. Flexibility Flexibility is the range of motion around a joint, and is influenced by the structure of bones, ligaments, muscles, tissues, and the capsule-type joint. Range of motion is the result of deformation of soft tissues (ie muscles, ligaments and tendons), a joint environment. Flexibility is the essence of neuromuscular ability to create a range of movement by the body. The golf swing requires the heart and entire body to move through a series of movement to establish contact with the golf ball. Limitations of flexibility that can create the body's inability to move through the range of movement to the right speed to make a golf swing. This will lead to many problems due to poor mechanical swing. There is a direct link between the range of motion, speed of movement and flexibility. If flexibility is simply the result will be the limits of the ranges of motion and speed of movement. Strength Strength can be defined as the ability of the neuromuscular system (neural, muscular) to create and exert force. Lack of power limits the ability of force to create a sports movement. As for the golf swing, the force is a component of the nucleus. A large percentage of the force created in the golf swing is the result of lowering the body and the muscles of the system. Therefore, creating the force needed to develop club head speed is directly related to levels of resistance within these structures of the body. The lack of strength decreases by a certain amount of power that can be created in the golf swing, thus reducing the amount of velocity head to the golf club. Resistance Resistance is the ability of the neuromuscular structures (muscle, neural system, ligaments and tendons) to perform the athletic movement itself several times over a period of time. The golf swing is an athletic movement that requires the neuromuscular system to perform the same activity neuromuscular again and again for a number of oscillations, time, etc. This requires the body to move through a specific range of motion, with correct speed of movement, coordination of movements in sequence, with the necessary strength of the product (eg, strength), and correct levels of resistance. The lack of resistance in the neuromuscular system to limit the individual of the ability to perform the necessary components of the golf swing above. Power Power is the ability to create the greatest amount of force at a given time frame. Power depends on the combination of strength and speed of movement. These two components working together can create. A decrease in strength or speed of movement beyond the capacity of energy production by the neuromuscular system. The golf swing requires the body to produce energy to provide the club head. The amount of time to do so is limited in the range of motion through which the body moves during the golf swing. The point to be made is that there is a direct connection for power between the range of motion, movement speed, and strength. These three components work together to determine the power of the products created from the body during the golf swing. Abstract This article discussed four other components that are relevant to the basic structure of the body and golf swing. The key point that the issues discussed in this article, and the number is a link between all these components. The range of motion, speed of movement, balance and coordination is based on the points discussed in this article. The body of the ability of a golf club swing requires the ability of the body so that the range of motion, speed of movement, balance and coordination to execute the swing. The development of flexibility, strength, endurance and power of the body that allows these activities occur. Thus, eight of these components (the range of motion, speed of movement, balance, coordination, flexibility, strength, endurance and power), are interconnected to perform a golf swing. The relationship with these core activities is as follows: the central region of the body is an important component of the golf swing. It was used in all aspects of the golf swing to maintain balance the power to create. The heart can be considered as the? engine? the golf swing. Please visit our website for more information. Sean Cochran is one of the most respected fitness instructors in the world of golf today. He regularly travels the PGA Tour in 2004 with Phil Mickelson won the Masters. He made many of his golf tips, golf courses and golf swing instruction improvement techniques available to amateur golfers on the site. Check the manual and DVD, his Body and Swing in BioForceGolf.com. To contact Sean, e-mail you can firstname.lastname@example.org him.