✔️ Expansion of the joint gap in the acromion
✔️ Improvement in impingement syndrome
✔️ Improvement in shoulder pain at night (shoulder night pain)
✔️ Improvement of the calcified shoulder (tendinitis calcarea)
✔️ Get better Shoulder bursitis (bursitis)
✔️ Get better Biceps tendinitis or irritation
✔️ There is a chance shoulder surgery can be avoided
✔️ Rehabilitation and mobilization after shoulder surgery
✔️ Improvement of neck and throat complaints
✔️ Improvement in dislocations in the rear joint area
✔️ Frozen shoulder improvement
✔️ Improvement in posture-related back problems
✔️ Posture improvement by straightening the thoracic spine.
✔️ Can also be used for ruptures or partial ruptures of the supraspinatus tendon
Golf-related illnesses and injuries are more common among older players. With increasing age, the musculature becomes weaker, and the ligaments are no longer as elastic as they were at a young age. As a result, the tendons in the shoulders of older golfers can not only become inflamed, they can also tear. In this case, doctors speak of the so-called rotator cuff tear: a tear in the rotator cuff, which is one of the most common injuries to the shoulder joint in Germany. However, younger people are not immune to overuse-related shoulder injuries. The extreme external rotation alone during the backswing makes inflammation of tendons and bursae in the shoulder possible at almost any age. Prevention is known to be better than cure. To prevent injuries, golfers should pay particular attention to strengthening the rotator cuff. Here is some advice for a stable shoulder:
- Allow about 15 minutes for warm-ups before your round of golf.
- Light stretching exercises and arm circles, for example, are suitable for warming up
- Have your swing technique checked (free swing analysis at GOSWO). This allows you to correct mistakes before they develop into shoulder problems.
- Pay attention to the correct position of the racket and correct swinging movements. A badly hit one-handed backhand is particularly detrimental to the shoulder.
- Train in a balanced way and avoid constant overload.
- Don't hit the first serve with full swing just yet. Wait for the muscles to warm up.
- Use the right equipment. With golf bags, for example, a good relief of the shoulders should be guaranteed.
Shoulder impingement syndrome is one of the most common golf injuries . The shoulder joints are particularly at risk in the initial and final phases of the golf swing. In most cases it affects the " lead shoulder ": in the case of a right-handed golfer the left shoulder, in the case of left-handers the reverse. Every time you extend your arm, the muscles and tendons of the rotator cuff are tightened. And the more often this narrowing of the soft tissues is repeated, the greater the risk of inflammation of the tendons or bursa under the acromion, i.e. impingement syndrome . Incidentally, in addition to golfers, swimmers, volleyball players and tennis players, in short: athletes of overhead sports, also suffer from this. Typical symptoms of shoulder impingement syndrome:
- limited mobility of the arm
- lancinating pain in the shoulder, especially when raising and spreading the arm to the side
- Pain that can radiate to the upper arm and neck
- Pain at rest, especially at night
- Golf shoulder trainer, size S or M
- training manual
- Training video online
- Releasable cable tie
- Special resistance training expander comfort, blue* length approx. 2.40 m
(Tensile force from approx. 0.3 kg to approx. 3.5 kg
- Special resistance training expander comfort, green, length approx. 2.40m
(Tensile force from approx. 0.5 kg to approx. 6.0 kg)
- 3 Srixon Ultisoft Team Balls
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Germany: 2-3 working days
Austria: 2-4 working days
EU countries: 2-6 working days
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