The V-Sit exercise is an important exercise to help maintain and increase mobility in your core muscles. When core muscles are mobile, you will be able to rotate through full range of motion to increase length and power in your golf swing.
Add this exercise into your golf-specific workout routines to help increase functional strength, increase range of motion and help prevent injury.
V-Sit with Rotation
- Sit on mat with your knees bent so that your trunk and legs form the letter ‘V’. Lean slightly back and keep your ankles and knees together and your feet touching the floor.
- Hold a weight out to chest height.
- Rotate your trunk while moving the weight to the outside of your right hip, then return to start position and then rotate the weight to the outside of your left hip. Keep your abdominal muscles tight as you rotate the shoulders and trunk around the spine.
- Inhale as you rotate to one side, then exhale as you return to start position and inhale as your rotate to the other side.
- Alternate side to side for 8 to 10 repetitions.
To increase intensity, lift heels off the floor as you rotate weight from side to side.
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