13:57-min Pre-Round Warm-Up with GolfGym® PowerBandz and Slope (002)
GolfGym® Equipment • 13m
It is member/guest season. Many of you will be playing consecutive rounds of golf. To maximize your performance, do a warm up before you play or practice.
For many of us, we used to be able to hop out of the car, go straight to the first tee and rip a drive down the middle of the fairway. Now by skipping a warm-up before a round of golf may mean it takes us 4 or 5 holes before you loosen up and gain your form and by that time your score may already be ruined. Here is a quick and easy pre-round warm-up routine to help you avoid those big numbers on the scorecard.
The point of a warmup is to elevate your heart rate to get your blood flowing to warm muscles so they are loose and supple to make it is easier to swing. You can do this warm-up at your house before your round of golf, if you don’t have a long drive to the golf course or on the driving range. Don’t be embarrassed to do the routine, it couldn’t more humiliating than topping your drive off the first tee.
There are many ways to warm-up like jogging, doing jumping jacks or even taking practice swings, but here is a routine using your CardioGolf™ Shortee Club and Slope to help you avoid those big numbers on the scorecard.
Pre-Round Warm Up Routine
CardioGolf Shortee Club
1. Basic Step
2. Rehearse Body Motion
3. Pallof Press
4. Puppy Dog Stretch
5. Chest Opener
6. Calf Stretch
7. Curl Down
8. Hip Hinge
9. Lunge Calf Stretch
10. Lunge Chest Opener
11. Chest Opener Hold
12. Takeaway Stretch on UpSlope
13. Follow-Through Stretch on Down Slope
14. Practice Swings
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