Are you looking to perfect your swing?
Are you lost in regards to what exercises to do?
Do you find yourself getting worse with every adjustment you make?
When you perform any previously learned motor skill, your brain is retrieving stored information that its already learned. This information is stored in the brain and not in the muscles.
Think software instead of hardware. When you start to perform that learned skill, the brain retrieves that information to make all the necessary muscles move without you having to think about all of the muscles that are being used. This learned program also makes specific muscles fire in the sequence necessary to perform effortlessly, consistently and with power.
Research shows us that the key lower body muscle involved in the swing is the gluteus maximus otherwise known as your ass.
The key upper body muscles involved in the swing are the pectoralis major (chest), latissimus dorsi (back), core and forearm muscles.
More specifically in regards to the core, the external and internal oblique muscles rotate and side bend the trunk. These muscles also contribute to spinal stability.
The external oblique is the most superficial muscle of the three flat abdominal muscles which also include the internal oblique and transversus abdominis.
However, in order to increase overall swing power, the entire body should be trained so as to help the body work together more efficiently.
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