ONE drill to maximize your mobility

Good morning from a snowy St. Louis – thank goodness we’ve got The Pit in the gym so we can hit balls year ‘round.This morning, instead of my usual walk, I shoveled snow. And my trunk rotation was the envy of the neighborhood, I’m sure:)Okay, so yesterday we talked about the 3 most common stretching mistakes I see over and over. Today, let’s throw a little gas on that fire.Here’s the deal: most stretches will only give you temporary gains.Think about how many times you’ve stretched in your life. Whether it was when you were a kid playing sports, a high school or college athlete, or the last time you got out.But, that loose, limber and flexible feeling is fleeting. The next time you stretch, it feels like you’re right back where you started.In fact, doing too much stretching is one of the biggest mistakes I made with clients early in my career.As luck would have it, I’ve learned a few things along the way…one of which is one simple drill you should do after your stretch to keep that new range of motion. In other words, this is how you’re going to continue to feel loose, limber and free long after your stretch.Here you go:
In the video, I demo the drill for your hammies, ankles, and shoulders, but you can use it maximize your mobility in whichever area of your golf body you choose.If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reply to this email.Your #1 Fan,
Jeff PelizzaroSo, where is your mobility struggling?The answer could be, “everywhere”. No big deal. You’re not alone. And we can help you fix it.If your answer is “everywhere”, then I would check out the Daily Motion mobility routine in the 18STRONG Membership.It only takes 5-8 minutes per day (I do it in the morning while my coffee is brewing). And we show you the exact moves to boost your range of motion in your neck, trunk, shoulders, hip, ankles…all the important “golf areas”.You’ve got this.