Relieve golf pain with trigger point release

April 13, 2020 10:23 AM

If you struggle with aching pain that affects your ability to play golf, finding—and releasing—trigger points could be the key to relieving your pain. Back pain, neck pain, knee pain, elbow pain, and hip pain can often be traced back to muscular pain. Because there is no singular medical specialty that “owns” the muscular system, many of these ailments can go undiagnosed and properly treated.

Use this video to help you understand more about trigger points. Within the GOLFFOREVER program, you’ll learn exactly how to treat trigger points from home. In addition to a robust inventory of golf fitness exercises, stretches, and pre-round routines, the GOLFFOREVER app has several additional trigger point-related videos to help you relieve your specific golf pain. Fortunately, for golfers, it’s relatively easy to predict where the common trigger points will be—and with our program, you’ll be able to find short-term trigger point relief and long-term pain relief when you utilize the whole-body program.

Key Takeaways:

  • Golf-related pain can often be traced to muscular pain
  • Finding and releasing trigger points can quickly relieve that pain
  • Try the GOLFFOREVER program to learn how to find and release your trigger points

Want to learn more? Visit GOLFFOREVER.COM to build flexibility, mobility, strength and more confidence in your game than ever before.

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All GOLFFOREVER content and exercises are presented with the expressed understanding that you should visit a doctor to determine the cause of any pain you may be feeling and in some rare cases that can include cancer, fractures, infection and more. It should also be understood that you are strongly advised to first receive clearance from a physician before following any exercises or advice presented on this site, and that Morning Read and its partner, GOLFFOREVER, are not liable for any injuries that may occur.

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