Deeper Backswing

Doing this will help you hit the ball farther and here’s why.⁣

In order to cause movement, your central nervous system (CNS) has to send EXCITATORY nerve impulses to some muscles (agonists) to get them to CONTRACT and INHIBITORY nerve impulses to other muscles (antagonists) to get those muscles to RELAX.⁣

This is called INTERMUSCULAR COORDINATION and it describes the ability of agonist and antagonist muscles to cooperate to perform a movement.⁣

With proper training the CNS learns when and when not to send excitatory and inhibitory nerve impulses.⁣

Improved neuromuscular coordination enhance’s your ability to contract some muscles and relax others and this is what makes you fast.⁣

The athlete’s that move the fastest are not the ones with the biggest muscles, rather they’re the ones with the best coordination. ⁣

OVERACTIVE muscles make you slow because they receive more nerve impulses from your CNS and decrease your neuromuscular coordination.⁣

The latissimus dorsi is a muscle that has a propensity to become short and overactive and in doing so decreases your intermuscular coordination and clubhead speed.⁣

The technique I’m demonstrating in this post is a static release technique for your lats and it decreases the tonicity of the muscle.⁣

Doing this will help increase your clubhead speed because it will improve your intermuscular coordination. ⁣

Hold for 30-120 seconds on each side.⁣

Do this everyday for a week and see if your swing feels more fluid and faster. ⁣

In good health,⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

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