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PostPosted: Mon 0:42, 20 Oct 2014 Back to top

Hello Dariusz:

Enjoy your posts on SITD. Especially enjoyed your scapula protraction and depression insights.

What do you think about the following? The swing starts with a straight back movement of the right ASIS posteriorly, while keeping the weight of the gluteals back, the same position they had at address, with no movement of the right knee, and at the same time, the left ASIS moves downward and inward, bending the left knee? The upper torso/arms go along for the ride

Dr. Alan Smith
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PostPosted: Mon 12:41, 20 Oct 2014 Back to top

alansmithdc wrote:
Hello Dariusz:

Enjoy your posts on SITD. Especially enjoyed your scapula protraction and depression insights.

What do you think about the following? The swing starts with a straight back movement of the right ASIS posteriorly, while keeping the weight of the gluteals back, the same position they had at address, with no movement of the right knee, and at the same time, the left ASIS moves downward and inward, bending the left knee? The upper torso/arms go along for the ride

Dr. Alan Smith



Hello Dr. Alan,

IMO, you have just described ideal scenario of the Sagittal Plane Compression concept. Having performed the forward press/trigger compression phase, the rear side uses the gained momentum to lead the parade from the ground up and core out.
However, it is from the ground up, the rear leg (starting from ankle ending on femur) is fixed stable because of its preset. The first joint that, in fact, react by visible movement is exactly the rear hip, or better said as you presented -- rear ASIS. It goes back and up in a somehow elliptic manner while letting the rear leg straighten a bit but without (!) losing anythjing from already built torques.
The only one question I have is why you used the word posteriorly while describing a straight back movement of the hip ?
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PostPosted: Sun 3:36, 07 Dec 2014 Back to top

Posterior from anatomy. The right ASIS moves posterior, as opposed to lateral,( too the right for a right handed golfer. _ So from your answer, the swing is initiated by movement of the right ASIS back (towards the space where the right butt cheek was at address.
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