I'm just really curious as to why when ever I'm pressed against my hip, putting pressure against it or something it feels as if it's been dislocated, and often takes popping it or something like that to make that pressure go away. Because, after I'm not being pushed against it or whatever, it still feels as if there is a pressure there and can't walk sometimes. This hasn't happened from throwing, just always happens.
But, the popping part now I'm assuming is from not rotating when I go into my follow through, and I don't pivot my leg, and my body tries to pull around, my leg doesn't pivot so it pivots what it can, my hip. And, as you said puts gas pockets in there and then pops and relieves that pressure. But, it's not quite the same as what I mentioned above, but I've been trying, to take a shorter final step, bend my knee to get my weight forward, so that my leg can pivot with my body. I can't do a heal pivot, I've always pivoted on the balls of my feet. Which I've talked with Blake about and he said it doesn't really hurt pivoting there, but it's harder to learn to get weight forward and pivot properly when doing it like that. But, I guess I really just need to fix my problem and I wouldn't have the problem when playing golf. I know how to fix it, I just can't seem to do it, lol.
Shorter final step, bend the knee. Gives more weight forward, and makes the leg pivot with the body into the follow through... Ugh, I'll get it one day.
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