20-min Golfer Mobility Workout (002)
Week 2 • 20m
Studies show that your ability to rotate your shoulders, torso and hips around your spine determines how much clubhead speed you create in your golf swing. Therefore, it is important to work on your mobility. Not just to increase your range of motion but to also improve your swing technique.
Joint and muscle mobility decreases with age, so you need to seek out exercises that help you, not only maintain the flexibility that you already have, but also to improve your range of motion Lack of mobility in your golf swing is associated with poor posture, restrictive movement and swing faults.
This new mobility workout will take you through a battery of exercises to mobilize your muscles and joints.
Extend Your Range 20-Minute Workout
Pre-Test for Swing
Beast to Down Dog
Low Back Stretch
World’s Greatest Stretch
Thoracic Spine Stretch
Roll Up and Down
Lunge Ankle Stretch
Lunge Chest Opener
Post-Test for Swing
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