Recently, a client arrived for his appointment, armed with a research paper on the golf swing.1 “I want to discuss this paper before we get started,” he told me.
It’s not unusual for clients to walk in with questions regarding research or media reports on fitness topics. I am always happy to oblige with my thoughts if it’s an area I know anything about, as long as we get to moving around eventually.
I listened as he described the analysis of the golf swing. “There is a section on soleus mobility and its affect on the club swing.”
“If the soleus is tight, you will get out of your backswing early.”
He looked at me curiously. “That’s what the author concluded. How did you know that?”
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