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This is what anatomy is about and all the things you should be learning from this. George things this and that about it
— George Gankas
 
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George Gankas : Course 1

ANATOMy

 

1. Anatomy Overview

 

WHAT  WILL YOU LEARN IN THE ANATOMY COURSE

WHAT DOES ANATOMY HAVE TO DO WITH GOLF?

 

2. Anatomy terminology

 

EXAMPLES OF SOUND ANATOMICAL MOVEMENT IN GREAT BALL STRIKERS

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3. ANATOMY In REVIEW

 

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ANATOMY : MODULE 1

ANATOMY & MOVEMENT:

  • MODULE OVERVIEW

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS


    Section 1 : Strength & Shortening Cycle

    A stretch / shortening cycle can increase the potential speed of any dynamic movement that involves a change of direction in a muscle. In the golf swing, there are many potential stretch shortening cycles, but we will outline the most impactful stretch shortening movements a player can make, and how you can identify these principals in your swing.

    Chapter 1 : Leg Archetypes
    Chapter 2 : Shoulder Dissociation
    Chapter 3 : Thoracic Spine Extension
    Chapter 4 : Active vs. Passive Movers

    Section 2 : Movement & Positioning

    The body can move and stretch in many different ways, but there are limits to the body’s ability. As we saw in stretch-shortening cycles, the muscles can only load so much in one direction before its range of motion is used up, so it release the tension with speed by moving in the opposite direction.

    Chapter 1 : Shoulder Rotation
    Chapter 2 : Chest Rotation
    Chapter 3 : Pivot & Turn
    Chapter 4 : Front Bend
    Chapter 5 : Head Swivel

ANATOMY : MODULE 2

INTRO: MATCH-UPS

  • MODULE OVERVIEW

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS


    Section 1 : Strength & Shortening Cycle

    A stretch / shortening cycle can increase the potential speed of any dynamic movement that involves a change of direction in a muscle. In the golf swing, there are many potential stretch shortening cycles, but we will outline the most impactful stretch shortening movements a player can make, and how you can identify these principals in your swing.

    Chapter 1 : Leg Archetypes
    Chapter 2 : Shoulder Dissociation
    Chapter 3 : Thoracic Spine Extension
    Chapter 4 : Active vs. Passive Movers

    Section 2 : Movement & Positioning

    The body can move and stretch in many different ways, but there are limits to the body’s ability. As we saw in stretch-shortening cycles, the muscles can only load so much in one direction before its range of motion is used up, so it release the tension with speed by moving in the opposite direction.

    Chapter 1 : Shoulder Rotation
    Chapter 2 : Chest Rotation
    Chapter 3 : Pivot & Turn
    Chapter 4 : Front Bend
    Chapter 5 : Head Swivel

ANATOMY : MODULE 3

NATURAL GEOMETRY:

  • MODULE OVERVIEW

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Section 1 : Strength & Shortening Cycle

    A stretch / shortening cycle can increase the potential speed of any dynamic movement that involves a change of direction in a muscle. In the golf swing, there are many potential stretch shortening cycles, but we will outline the most impactful stretch shortening movements a player can make, and how you can identify these principals in your swing.

    Chapter 1 : Leg Archetypes
    Chapter 2 : Shoulder Dissociation
    Chapter 3 : Thoracic Spine Extension
    Chapter 4 : Active vs. Passive Movers

    Section 2 : Movement & Positioning

    The body can move and stretch in many different ways, but there are limits to the body’s ability. As we saw in stretch-shortening cycles, the muscles can only load so much in one direction before its range of motion is used up, so it release the tension with speed by moving in the opposite direction.

    Chapter 1 : Shoulder Rotation
    Chapter 2 : Chest Rotation
    Chapter 3 : Pivot & Turn
    Chapter 4 : Front Bend
    Chapter 5 : Head Swivel

 
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