You have heard the old saying, "You must learn to walk before you can run." In life, this saying is never old. Before we can do something faster, we will do it slower until we have more confidence, or like a child trying to go too fast, they may fall because they can't control all the parts of their body.
How does this apply to this month's topic on rotation?
Before we can rotate well, we must first learn to control rotation.
When you can learn to control rotation, you will increase your chances of rotating through a swing more efficiently.
What does it mean or entail to control rotation?
When we rotate 'optimally,' we rotate on an invisible access. In other words, the body stays centered, and joints remain aligned. When you don't stay centered, you shear through some part of your body.
For a sports activity, you may have excess motion or shear through some ribs and feel tightness or discomfort through your ribs or mid-back due...