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Protecting your back during golf season

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Physical therapists say many golfers aren't strengthening their core and lower back, increasing their risk for injury.

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Physical therapists say many golfers aren't strengthening their core and lower back, increasing their risk for injury.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12516/6924901?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 19 May 2017 23:04:34 +0000 Protecting your back during golf season Physical therapists say many golfers aren't strengthening their core and lower back, increasing their risk for injury. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12516/6924901?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KMVT CBS 11 one to five. 2 you'd be surprised some of the injuries phsyical therapists see in their office from golfers.. and it's not always as obvious as you'd think. 2 in this week's fit and well idaho report kelsey so-to breaks down the dos and donts to protect your back this golf season.. 2 (33) this place right here is pretty special. (2) many people like mike will soon be hitting the golf course to enjoy the beautiful weather. (59) if we first do a few things to prevent the injuries then you maybe wouldn't have to have therapy to start with. (6) but if you aren't stretching or using proper techniques.. you could find yourself in a physical therapy office with some serious injuries. if you want to be in good shape, it's your core. because it stabilizes all of those muscles. (4) 2 many people don't realize the most common injury is in the lower back from the strain of constantly bending over. 2 but everytime you bend forward to tee up the ball or to get the ball out of the hole, those forward bends are typically what lead to more back injuries. (10) 2 to counteract that, you should do some stretches where you extend over backwards repeatedly. when teeing up try the golfers lift. 2 keeping that back straight, using a counterbalance to actually go down and tee up the ball as opposed to bending over and stooping and hurting yourself. (11) 2 and while you're golfing.. check your stance and swing. 2 good posture doesn't mean that you have to be vertical, it's fine to be bent forward. but what we don't want to do is do the bending at the back, you actually want to do the bending at the hip. (11) 2 if you start to feel discomfort.. don't overdo it. 2 you can play 9 holes, have some fun. (1) 2 std out.





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