2-minute Pivot Drill
Individual Swing Drills • 2m 5s
The Pivot Drill not only helps you learn correct body motion and to synchronize the weight shift and arms, but it can also help you stretch your shoulders, low back and build muscular endurance.
Assume your golf stance with your club placed behind your shoulders.
Turn back as if you were swinging a golf club making sure that your weight shifts to the inside of your back foot and your shoulders turn so that your back is to the target.
Start the downswing by shifting your lower body weight towards the target, followed by your shoulders.
Finish in balance.
Return to the start position and repeat exercise.
Do 8 to 10 repetitions.
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