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Torque . . . and the body

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Having played golf for along time, for the first time I am working on TORQUE, realizing that therein lies the power, and I'm wondering about its effect on the body, thinking that perhaps this is a main reason so many have had back and hip problems.

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I have been concern about this during this off season. Working on letting my hips and not my hands initiate the downswing. Doing this seems to create more of a lag effect in the swing but also seems to create more stress on my body during the follow thru.
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yes, stress on the follow through because of need to get weight onto left side, but also to stay with the  . . . for lack of a better description . . . whipping action through the ball or hitting area without rising up  . . . but also what I am just beginning to work on is that at address and on the backswing I have a sense of a closed stance/action . . . you?  Anyway, I'm a little concerned about causing injury to back and hip . . .

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