When I was in high school, I tried to compete in athletics. Learning the basics of disk throwing was in many ways like learning to play golf. I wasn’t good either.

One of my teammates was more like a pole vault than a drive ring. However, we were there because in a small high school there are many opportunities to lose.

It was unfair that we faced a state record holder who also earned a place on the Illinois State football team as the first team.

When I saw how my hard young teammate completed the throw drive, I didn’t expect it to be a tough competition for his tough opponent.

At six feet tall and weighing 150 pounds, it seemed like an unnecessary match against the 1.85-foot-tall state champion and weighing 265 pounds.

But when the distances were measured, it was a surprise to see a deft athlete waving a drive a few yards from the champion’s best throw.

What was his secret?

Similarly, Rory McIlroy is only 5 feet 9 inches and 165 pounds, and his average run for the United States was 310 yards.

How does he transfer so much energy off the tee?

The answer is the same for both. It’s the same secret the whip knows. To get the maximum shot, you need to know the correct sequence and time to use the “kinetic chain.”

The knowledge and skills of this kinetic chain ensure that the initial power output is relatively small compared to the final intense crack of the transmitted energy.

Energy is constantly transmitted through the golfer’s body through a series of interconnected parts of the body that are controlled by fascia and muscles. This energy is either effectively directed or wasted, depending on the available movement and control of each link.

Using this kinetic chain is the key to a long kick on a golf ball. The only thing that unites all forwards with a long ball is their ability to accumulate energy and increase it with a certain sequence of strokes.

For example, during a swing of golfers, ground forces are first transferred through the feet to their feet, torso and club. This accumulation of energy was made possible by the elasticity of the body fascia (fa-sha).

During the transition, this accumulated energy is transmitted through the speed of rotation, starting with the hips, developing through the torso, through the arms, through the head of the club and through the golf ball.

According to Dr. Greg Rose of the Titleist Performance Institute, measurements using 3D analysis show that the average speed of an amateur golfer is between 300 and 350 degrees per second. Most Pro Tour players measure between 500 and 550 degrees per second.

By comparison, Little Rory McIlroy is rocking his hips at an average speed of 720 degrees per second! With so much energy transferred to his torso, his hands don’t need as much force as they are resistant to provide maximum power on impact.

So how do we know this secret? One way is to find a certified TPI golf fitness instructor who is also certified to use 3D vibration analysis. He or she can help you identify areas where power is lost and then develop a plan that will help you improve your golfing skills and…

Good game!

A physiotherapist in practice since 1993, specializes in sports injuries and orthopedic rehabilitation. As a Certified Level 1 TPI Golf Instructor and Certified K-Vest Instructor on Level 1 3D Analysis, my goal is to help you find that missing element in your style of golf that will prevent you from playing golf painlessly and consistently for life.

Do you want to put an end to this relationship when you see a gray-haired couple of pensioners who happily walk together and still hold hands, very in love?

The story of a beautiful prince and a beautiful princess who get married and live happily ever after can be interesting for the few couples who apply certain principles in their relationship. Planning your dream wedding requires a lot of effort and decision to make it work for both of you. The saying “You need two to tango” is certainly true in this case.

Marriage was once described to me as the journey of couples in love going to the ocean of life on a small sailing boat. A man in the role of captain with his wife as the first companion. Sometimes sunny days and a pleasant breeze will quickly take you to your destination (just orient yourself). On other days you will encounter a headwind or no wind, which will happen very slowly. In these times it will take a lot of patience, effort and perseverance to fight boredom, frustration and caution.

Two different people living together can cause irritability, friction, and resentment when we discover invisible traits in our partner. From time to time on the horizon will appear storm clouds, threatening the very existence of your marriage. These storms can hit your boat with tremendous force. You need to both survive, and avoid collision with rocks with the maximum skill in communication and cooperation. Survival in these dangers through team effort develops a deeper love, understanding and appreciation for each other.

These words are meant for you to try to find the place that God has provided for you as a couple. This relationship is not something you can wish for, it’s something you can find within yourself when you decide to make your relationship work. (In the event of infidelity, physical or emotional abuse in your marriage, I recommend a marriage counselor to you.)
Remember that none of us is perfect, we all have our mistakes, even if we think differently. Stressful life situations can make relationships very difficult, and sometimes they are not easy to cope with. The joint passage of difficult times makes this connection between you stronger and richer.

A review of 5 human relationship needs.

We are all unique and beautifully designed with different tastes, desires and needs. We all have the same basic needs, but some of them are higher or more important in the order of each person’s preferences. Realize that your partner is different from you. They will probably put some needs higher in the list of 1-5 than you. We can all make the mistake of giving what we would like to receive, instead of thoughtfully giving what our partner wants.
Now you and your partner should take the time to openly discuss and write down their needs if necessary, and then swap lists. Conscious efforts should be made to give according to the needs of your partner. These requirements are arranged in an arbitrary manner:

1. Encourage words of kindness and encouragement.

Words are strong, and the way we use them will have a huge impact on the quality of our relationship. Use them to build and build your partner. Tell them how much you love and appreciate them. How much they mean to you, how beautiful they are, how cute they are. Thank them for what they do for you. All insecurities will be eliminated so that a solid foundation of love is laid. All you have to do is make a decision on your part to get there forever.

2. Help.
Do good and caring things with our partner. Do what you like for your partner. It’s a great way to build relationships. Get out of your usual routine and do what your partner usually does to surprise and please him.

3. Be gentle.
Some people need and thrive on physical love. For some, holding hands strengthens this bond between you. Think about your partner, try different things, what he likes and what he gives accordingly?

4. Gifts.
By making thoughtful gifts, the other person feels special and desirable. Always consider others when giving gifts, if they like red roses, give red roses.

5. Make a special time for each other.
Take time to spend time together. Do what you like together. Your partner should be not only your husband or wife, but also your best friend, with whom you want to deal. Walking together is great, but not always expensive. Sometimes just walk or just inspect the windows and share their different tastes, dreams and aspirations intertwined. Find hobbies or interests that you can share, socialize and collaborate with. It is very important to build unity and friendship.

Life is a journey, learn to enjoy it, smell roses and enjoy the sunset together. Happiness is a state of mind that is not always found somewhere in a place or at a destination, but can now be found in small moments. Find these moments with your partner, and in your relationship will be love.

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