Pelvic Tilt and Hip Test
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This test measures the range of motion in your lower back and hips and reveals your capacity to engage your abs and gluteus muscles. To transfer power from your lower body to your upper body in the golf swing, the ability to control your pelvis is imperative for power in your swing and limiting the chances of injury to your lower back. Low test results may also be related to S-posture, loss of posture and lack or rotation.
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