Golf Stability Test

Wearing the Serola Sacroilac Belt, the golfer assumes a stance. The tester lightly holds the golfer’s back shoulder, to form a steady connection between him and the golfer. The tester then pushes against the golfer’s wrist, in line with the golfer’s target line, while the golfer resists. The golfer should notice a solid connection through his legs, pelvis, back and arms. He should feel strong and stable. Then, the tester removes the belt from the golfer. While maintaining the same target line, the tester pushes again with the same amount of effort. The difference in stability is the difference in support give by the Serola Sacroiliac Belt.

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