Building off the mobility and control we've gained in the past videos (refer to golf hip warmup and loaded hip mobility), now it's time to progress to a standing loaded position. Here is a modification of a standing hip CAR using a kettle bell to help create more tension throughout the body to improve neuromuscular control. Today's golf swing focuses on a weight shift from the trail leg to the lead leg. Weight shifting requires single-leg stability, the backswing primarily loads the trail leg, whereas the follow through primarily loads the lead leg. This drill is excellent because it demands single leg stability and the ability to focus and dissociate movement. Golf is a mental sport, it taxes the central nervous system. FRC movement training is designed to tax the neuromuscular system. Building a resilient nervous system is key to success on the course!