Saturday, January 9, 2010


Everyone knows to bend their knees when they lift but what if you can’t? When lifting over a large box or a rail with barrier you can not get close enough so the Golfer’s Lift comes into play.

Place one hand on the rail or fixed barrier edge to support yourself. Keep your back straight still. Then bend forward at your hips.

Remember to stretch and raise your one leg back out on the supported side behind you for counter balance – as if you were standing on one leg but leaning downward.

Test your lift load and verify a good grip. Then lift and look up while pushing off with the support hand.

You lower your raised leg normally now and move away with out twisting your back. Simple.
• Keep it Simple…Save your back!

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