A lot of golfers unnecessarily play with pain in their shoulders that, in most cases, is easily preventable and easily fixed. In the video below, Jeff is going to show us five exercises you can use to either help PREVENT shoulder pain or help CORRECT the pain you’re currently experiencing.
One of the most misunderstood concepts of golf and fitness is the difference between flexibility and mobility.
For the most part, flexibility is how far your muscles can stretch with assistance (think of your coach pushing down on your back while you touch your toes).
Your backside is a totally underworked part of your golf body, but this medieval-looking exercise machine may just save your scorecard. Golfers got back Typically, when we hit the gym, we spend most of our time doing different presses, pushes and curls that work the fronts of our bodies. And
Trying to talk to golfers about grip position may as well be a “Who’s On First”, Abbott and Costello routine because there is immediately confusion.
Typically, when we talk about grip position, we’re talking about how you hold the club in your hands. However, today we’re going to talk about your grip at the gym during your workouts.