1:14-minute Forearm and Wrist Stretch
Individual Strength Exercises • 1m 13s
One of the most common areas that are prone to injury in golfers is the wrist, foreman and elbow area, especially in women. Doing simple forearm and wrist stretches on a regular basis could help prevent injury.
Stand in a shoulder width stance. Hold a club parallel to the ground, gripping the club with palms facing downwards.
First, flex from your wrists lifting your hands up to the sky so that the knuckles point upwards, keeping your arms extended.
Hold for 8 to 10 counts and return to the start position.
Second, extend your wrists down, so that the knuckles point to the ground.
Hold for 8 to 10 counts and return to the start position and repeat motion again.
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