First of all, it’s been a while since I’ve written a post on here as I’ve been away enjoying the sunshine in Europe. A big thank you to everyone who has subscribed to the blog in the mean time, and thanks to everyone for sticking around until I got back and writing again.
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Brand new and shiny articles will be on the way to you next week, but in the mean time I’d to share with you an article I recently had published on GolfWRX.
Low back pain is one of the most common afflictions for golfers both professional, amateur and recreational. I received an e-mail a few months back from a guy who had just undergone a spinal surgery and wanted some advice on how to physically prepare for returning to golf. My advice to him and the others of you whose low back pain is affecting your game is that you’d be amazed how much proper exercise intervention can help, without the need to make technical changes to your golf swing. The article linked to below is my attempt at giving as many golfers as possible appropriate exercises to relieve the back pain affecting their golf, with that in mind if low back pain affects your golf please give it a read and if you don’t then spread the word to others you know that do.