ISC 25.2, Strength & Conditioning for Golf Injuries Video Library
Video 1: Thoracic Spine Matrix: Can perform in either neutral or golf posture. First, rotate side to side. Second, lean and reach arms side to side. Last, combine rotation toward one side, and move trunk toward opposite side. Perform 5 times each position.
Video 2: Pelvic Tilt Golf Posture: Press down into golf club, then arch and round lower back. 20 times each.
Video 3: Good Mornings: Maintain spine angle and slight bend in knee. Perform 3 sets x6 reps.
Video 4: Pelvis Disassociation: Perform in golf stance. First, keep upper torso still and rotate pelvis side to side. Second, keep pelvis still and rotate torso side to side. Perform 15 times each.
Video 5: Push-Up: Stability ball. Perform 2 sets x10 reps.
Video 6: Push-Up: Medicine ball. Perform 2 sets x10 reps.
Video 7: Band Walks Golf Posture in lateral view. Perform 2 sets x10 reps.
Video 8: Band Walks Golf Posture in frontal view. Perform 2 sets x10 reps.
Video 9: Functional Movement with Tubing or Gray Cook Band: Open Front Resist Back. Demonstrated with both lower extremities. Perform 15 times.
Video 10: Functional Movement Tubing or Gray Cook Band: Resist FrontOpen Back. Demonstrated with both lower extremities. Perform 15 times.
Video 11: Unilateral Kettlebell Squat and Lift: Combines a deadlift and a snatch lift. Starting position with feet shoulder width apart. Squat down and bring kettlebell toward the center of the body. Perform upward motion by extending hips and knees while reaching overhead with kettlebell. Perform 3 to 5 sets x5 reps.
Video 12: Core Rotational Slide: Use appropriate sized medicine ball. Assume a single leg squat by sliding one leg lateral to a comfortable level with good technique. Avoid any frontal plane deviations with the knee. Rotate medicine ball slowly side to side. Perform 4 sets x5 reps.
Video 13: V-Sitting: Starting position with heels and glutes on ground. Several variations are demonstrated. Perform to fatigue.