Speed Stick Integration for Improve Intent for Swing Speed.

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πŸ”Έππžπžπ 𝐅𝐨𝐫 π’π©πžπžππŸ”Έβ£β£ ⁣⁣ I’m always the first to avoid golf swing oriented exercises when initially prescribing strength & conditioning to most golf athletes. I also don’t operate in absolutes. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Most golfers need to use the time the gym to build the most general of qualities namely force production, what we do see is a lot of well intentioned swing derivatives that largely serve no real purpose other thing looking like a golf swing.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ So why are some of my golf athletes swinging speed sticks in the gym? We are making use of novel complex called 2nd Gen contrast training. Similar to other complex and contrast methods we can look to integrate sports specific skills with out strength and power work where appropriate, in this case accelerated swings with a @superspeedgolf speed stick. ⁣ ⁣ The aim isn’t here isn't to work on any technical aspects in a meaningful sense but largely to work on 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐧𝐭. What do we mean by this well β€˜Strength-trained individuals can recruit motor units with greater muscle fiber conduction velocity but then untrained individuals’ however if this isn’t orchestrated or expressed purposefully it isn’t worth much. So the intent to move as fast as possible is crucial in tying everything together. So I encourage swings with max intent. ⁣ ⁣ The caveat to all this is I only suggest this approach to athletes who are strong enough to get the most from it!

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πŸ”Έππžπžπ 𝐅𝐨𝐫 π’π©πžπžππŸ”Έβ£β£
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I’m always the first to avoid golf swing oriented exercises when initially prescribing strength & conditioning to most golf athletes. I also don’t operate in absolutes. ⁣⁣
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Most golfers need to use the time the gym to build the most general of qualities namely force production, what we do see is a lot of well intentioned swing derivatives that largely serve no real purpose other thing looking like a golf swing.⁣⁣
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So why are some of my golf athletes swinging speed sticks in the gym? We are making use of novel complex called 2nd Gen contrast training. Similar to other complex and contrast methods we can look to integrate sports specific skills with out strength and power work where appropriate, in this case accelerated swings with a @superspeedgolf speed stick. ⁣
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The aim isn’t here isn’t to work on any technical aspects in a meaningful sense but largely to work on 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐧𝐭. What do we mean by this well β€˜Strength-trained individuals can recruit motor units with greater muscle fiber conduction velocity but then untrained individuals’ however if this isn’t orchestrated or expressed purposefully it isn’t worth much. So the intent to move as fast as possible is crucial in tying everything together. So I encourage swings with max intent. ⁣
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The caveat to all this is I only suggest this approach to athletes who are strong enough to get the most from it!

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