Insoles for Golf
Golf is a sport which involves rotational movement, power and swiftness. Unlike running where the motion of both lower limbs are almost identical, a golfer’s movement emphasises the twisting motion of one foot while the other foot acts as a stationary pivot.
Golf is challenging for an individual with bad foot posture: A poor foundation leads to a poor swing, always losing useful energy due to overcompensation of the body’s joints. This also eventually leads to muscle strains and overuse injuries.
The above considerations make golf orthotics unique and different from most other sports insoles. The orthotic design is aimed at reassigning pressure distribution under the feet, increasing balance and leverage, and enhancing the proprioceptive effect in golfers. This in turn allows better phases of swing by reducing energy wastage or subconscious overcompensation of the body. Ultimately, this will also reduce the risk of injuries to the feet, knees and lower back.
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