Trigger Point Performance Golf Kit - McSport, Ireland

Trigger Point Performance Golf Kit


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  • 2 Massage Balls
  • TP2 Massage Ball
  • TP Quadballer
  • TP FootBaller
  • TP Baller Block
  • TP Golf Guidebook
  • Recommended to massage and maintain the eight areas of the body that have the greatest impact on a golfer’s swing

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Golf Swing Posture

TriggerPoint Performance Therapy Golf Kit is the ideal therapy package for golfers looking to self massage and improve their game.. Package includes Deep Tissue Massage Kit with User Guidebook.

Swinging a golf club over and over again can be very demanding. Research shows that increasing the range of motion in the low back and hips can decrease the chance of low back pain in golfers. The purpose of the Performance Therapy Golf Kit is to empower you to maintain flexibility and enjoy your best golf.


  • Recommended to massage and maintain the eight areas of the body that have the greatest impact on a golfer’s swing.
  • Patented material mimics the feel of the human thumb, allowing you to massage nearly any part of the body safely and effectively on your own.
  • Patented material will not compress after repeated use.
  • The instructional Golf Guidebook contains a detailed breakdown of the biomechanical chain reaction that occurs during a dynamic golf swing and includes self massage instructions.

Pack Contains 

  • 2 massage balls
  • TP2 Massage Ball
  • TP Quadballer
  • TP FootBaller
  • TP Baller Block
  • TP Golf Guidebook

Biomechanics of the Golf Swing

Trigger Point Performance Therapy provides tools and education for athletes to restore and maintain optimal biomechanics for sport performance. Trigger Point Performance uses Myofascial Compression Techniques (MCT), a revolutionary form of myofascial release, that maintains tissue elasticity, fluidity, and function resulting in pain reduction and performance enhancement. The results are similar to those from a professional massage therapist but can be achieved on a more regular basis within the comfort of your home.

Self-Myofascial Release for Golfers

The most common swing flaws and golf related injuries are due to physical limitations in one or more of the 8 areas of the body we have determined to have the greatest influence on golf swing biomechanics. Muscular restriction in any of these areas can force the golfer to compensate, or make adjustments, causing inconsistency or loss of power.

Improving Your Swing Mechanics

Golf is a dynamic sport requiring optimal biomechanics to produce, reduce, and stabilize force in multiple planes of motion. Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) explains how the most efficient ball strikers in the game have the same kinematic sequence of generating speed and transferring speed throughout their bodies. This sequence involves the creation and delivery of energy from the lower body to the torso, to the lead arm, and ultimately to the club head for maximum power at impact. Dysfunction in any of these areas can disrupt the process, resulting in loss of distance and accuracy. The manipulations in the golf guidebook restore proper muscular length-tension relationships providing adequate range of motion and coordinating the body’s complex system of fulcrums and levers, for a powerful, efficient, and consistent golf swing.

There are many schools of thought when it comes to the golf swing.

The Fact Is That It Requires Tissue Tolerance To Maximize Your Swings’s Efficiency.

Before we get started, we want you to realize that the way you sit and stand will define your ability to address the ball in a biomechanically-sound position. The common postural distortion patterns we see are not created on the golf course, but rather during daily life. Pay attention to the way you sit in the office, in your car, or in the golf cart. What we typically see is, when in the car, the left leg externally rotated, the knee is against the door panel, or is hanging out of the golf cart…all contributing to lack of mobility. When we sit leaning forward, elbows on our knees, our psoas is shortened, compromising the diaphragm and contributing to spinal compression. Bad posture and lack of hydration create muscular adhesions and scar tissue, causing our bodies to ultimately lock up. In this state, we can either choose to shorten the golf swing, compromise the golf swing, or deal with pain and discomfort.

Postural Dy Sfunctions - There Are Two Common Poature patterns Which Restrict Our Ability To Turn.

A combination of tight/overactive soleus, gastrocnemius, quads, and psoas muscles result in an anterior pelvic tilt and excessive arch in the lower back. This is known as Lower Crossed Pattern – A pattern of symptoms affecting the lower kinetic chain, which can also contribute to a loss of posture or reverse spine angle during the golf swing.

When we see slumped shoulders and excessive rounding in the thoracic spine, it is characterized as Upper Crossed Pattern, which is brought on by tight/overactive muscles in the upper torso: pecs, anterior deltoids, lats, and upper trapezius. This muscle pattern will force the golfer to shorten the swing or lose their posture during the swing.

By following our systematic approach to maintaining length-tension relationships, we can allow for neutral pelvic position at address as well as optimal rotation in the hips and torso.

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