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Discussion: Injured Iraqi Vet relearns Rotation, Snap and Good Mechanics

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July 11, 2018
bogie
Men's 55
301 posts
Injured Iraqi Vet relearns Rotation, Snap and Good Mechanics
49 year old spent a year relearning to walk, and an amazing job relearning his swing in spite of numerous permanent injuries and brain trama.
https://youtu.be/gyWhagsDsSc
July 11, 2018
StevenL.Imlay
Men's 60
139 posts
Bogey,
Great video not only because you helped out a Vet but how you did it. Great illustration of how you walk through your process with individual and design a plan for each person. In this situation just a tremendous jump in performance. Great drills and process.
SLi
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