Dynamic Golf Swing – Prevent Injury and Increase Power

This 3D animation was constructed from extensive information from multi-camera video capture, 16 lead EMG (electromyogram) recording from 100 driver swings, and about a half a year of working with a 3D animator to perfectly reproduce time lines of muscle firing sequences in the golf swing. Although other muscles were captured by EMG, we are showing only muscles responsible for deceleration of motion. They are the muscles most often injured in dynamic throwing and swinging actions, responsible for converting speed to power through a rapid stop (like cracking a whip), and all of these muscles are activated and strengthened in ROTEX exercises. They are the muscles that are grossly under active in the body and they are the ONLY muscles targeted on ROTEX.

16 thoughts on “Dynamic Golf Swing – Prevent Injury and Increase Power

  1. It looked like the demo player and the model use different styles of swimg.
    The player match the club with his right thigh and plays a contemporary way.
    However,the model plays with shoulders deriving style, so the club leads the right thigh,I think this is so called old style.

  2. The swing looks great and great computer animation but do not let the head get torqued like the animation does, you will injure your neck is you do.

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