Hip joint torques during the golf swing of young and senior healthy males.

  title={Hip joint torques during the golf swing of young and senior healthy males.},
  author={Judy L Foxworth and Audrey L Millar and Benjamin L Long and Michael Way and Matthew W Vellucci and Joshua D Vogler},
  journal={The Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy},
  volume={43 9},
STUDY DESIGN Descriptive, laboratory study. OBJECTIVES To compare the 3-D hip torques during a golf swing between young and senior healthy male amateur golfers. The secondary purpose was to compare the 3-D hip joint torques between the trail leg and lead leg. BACKGROUND The generation of hip torques from the hip musculature is an important aspect of the golf swing. Golf is a very popular activity, and estimates of hip torques during the golf swing have not been reported. METHODS Twenty… CONTINUE READING
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