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Glenn Deck – Pelican Hill Golf Club

Glenn Deck

Director of Instruction - Pelican Hill Golf Club, Newport Coast, CA

I have been teaching golf for 30 years and the most important piece of a golf equipment is your body. Your mobility, stability, and flexibility determines how effectively you can swing your golf clubs. If your looking to improve your golf game you have to evaluate your body and any limitations it may be creating for you.

Roy Khoury is one of the best when it comes to improving your functional movement patterns which can benefit both you and your golf game. To improve your health and your golf game I highly recommend Roy Khoury Fitness. Get Fixed!

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Selective Functional Movement Assessment

  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) certified

  • the medical off shoot of the FMS used when pain is present entry level starting point for acute or chronically injured athletes/non-athletes. Allows me the ability to differentiate between movement/fitness intervention, or medical intervention (I.e. massage, physical therapy, chiropractic, orthopedic, medical doctor, etc)
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  • More info on SFMA

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Soma therapy

    Soma Therapy (in process) Dr Guy Voyer, Doctor of Osteopathy

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  • Year 1: Understanding “Space and Flow”
  • maintain space of the body and fluids and you’ll be healthy
  • Joint, Capsule, Ligament, Bursa
  • 3D mapping of the body
  • Bony landmarks and feeling differences
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  • Year 2: “Normalize the chains of fascia”
  • Physiology, histology, pathophysiology
  • Directions and layers of fascia
  • Aponeurosis superficial and deep connections, specific treatment of specific structures
  • Connie 3D mapping of the body and beginning framework of knowing joint by joint fascia links and fluid movement
  • Palpation of PRM with light touch
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  • Year 3: Tensegrity and Biomechanics and TTLS
  • Biomechanics changes when you look at it through this lens
  • Fascia anatomy and differentiating quadrant of richet boundaries of the posterior sacroiliac ligaments and SGHL from the MGHL
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  • Year 4: PRM and Skull Biomechanics
  • PRM and skull biomechanics in it’s relationship to ventricles
  • diaphragms and 3 chains of the body from cranial to pelvic
  • 3D mapping with the floors and the ceiling
  • Palpating precision treating all connection
  • More on Dr Guy Voyer
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