Tag Archives: Adam Huycke

Ankle mobility and your golf swing

OB Performance Club-LogoIncrease your ankle mobility for more consistency in your golf swing.

Proper joint function is key to performing a quality and consistent golf swing. In today’s video we are going to take a look at your ankle mobility it can help you maintain your connection to the ground during your golf swing.

Enjoy-

Adam

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Build body patterns for a powerful swing

OB Performance Club-LogoCommunity Training: In this quick golf training video I am going to walk you through two great exercises to help you build upper to lower body patterns. These dynamic movements will assist with your ability to separate your upper and lower segments building tension throughout your body. This tension, if released efficiently will add a ton of power during your golf swing.

 

 

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Community Training: In this quick golf training video I am going to walk you through two great exercises to help you build upper to lower body patterns. These dynamic movements will assist with your ability to separate your upper and lower segments building tension throughout your body. This tension, if released efficiently will add a ton of power during your golf swing. – See more at: http://obperformanceclub.com/build-dynamic-patters-for-powerful-swings/#sthash.5yb5xh0s.dpuf
Community Training: In this quick golf training video I am going to walk you through two great exercises to help you build upper to lower body patterns. These dynamic movements will assist with your ability to separate your upper and lower segments building tension throughout your body. This tension, if released efficiently will add a ton of power during your golf swing. – See more at: http://obperformanceclub.com/build-dynamic-patters-for-powerful-swings/#sthash.5yb5xh0s.dpuf

 

 

 

Build your back . . . anti-slouch exercises for a better game

OB Performance Club-LogoLearn how to maintain your posture with these simple moves to achieve optimal performance (and prevent injuries!!!) next time you play.

In today’s training I am going to walk you through a few basic corrections for the dreaded C-Posture (slouch). Losing posture during the golf swing will result in a number of issues leading to poor performance – and C-Posture is one of the most common characteristics I see that leads to a loss of posture. This poor posture characteristic is the result of daily activity done out in front of us (typing on the computer, eating, driving, etc…) as well as an over training of the anterior upper body.

Enjoy,
-Adam

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