14:41-min Post-Round Recovery Stretch Routine with GolfGym® PowerBandz (004)
GolfGym® Equipment • 14m
We all know the importance of a pre-round warm up routine to fully prepare the body for the strains of a round of golf, but do you know that stretching after a round of golf can help restore muscle imbalances that could lead to swing flaws and injuries?
Post-round stretching can help restore muscle imbalances and increase mobility and range of motion in your muscles. Stretching after a round of golf, not only feels good, but it is a perfect time to increase flexibility because your muscles are already warm and loose, which makes stretching easier. You will want to focus on the muscles that are chronically tight. These muscles may be different for everyone.
Post-Round Stretch Routine-
1. Static Calf Stretch
2. Roll Down
3. Hip Hinge Hold
4. Chest Opener
5. Tricep Stretch
6. Side Flexion
7. Modified Pigeon Stretch
8. Modified Child's Pose
9. 90/90 Hip Stretch
10. Side Lying Stretch
12. Modified Back Bend
13. Corpse Pose
14. Practice Swings
15. Opposite Swings
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