Many people who have played golf who experienced pain, or even have a few bad games, assume there’s something wrong with their swing. But while poor swing mechanics might be the cause, it’s more likely a sign of inflexibility and weakness.
If you follow these four at home exercises, you’ll be swinging the club like a pro in no time!
Push up - This traditional exercise requires strength from many parts of your body. It is a great way to build up strength and helps with stability in your core region, such as your hips.
Back stretches - To loosen up your lower back and prepare it for a round of golf, carefully stretch from side to side. Then, bend forward and reach for your toes.
Pelvic rotation - This exercise helps in golf by giving the body full stability when hitting the ball. It stimulates the lower back and pelvis muscles.
Squats - Done frequently, squats are great to strengthen your core, quads, and glutes. It is an important strength workout in just about any other game.
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