Posture is perhaps the most crucial component of golf conditioning. It’s not the most glamorous, but how well you set up to the ball may ultimately determine the outcome of your shot.
Working on increasing flexibility and mobility in your low back and hips will help you set up more comfortably at address position and improve your over all posture on and off the course.
Deep Squat to Press
- Stand in a modified golf stance, holding a club parallel to the ground.
- Lower towards the ground, striving to get your thighs parallel to the ground as you maintain your spine angle.
- Push up through your hips and press the club up over your head as you stand up keeping your knees slightly flexed.
- Return to the start position and repeat motion for 8 to 10 repetitions.
This exercise works the entire body. To learn how to do this and other golf-fitness exercise visit Cardiogolf.com.