Pattern Assisted Hip Rotation in Tall Kneeling:
The ability to rotate your lower body separate from upper body is vital for #golf. If you can’t rotate into either of your hips in standing, try making the exercise a little easier and doing it on your knees. Also, grab a club and push into is as if you are trying to push it through the floor. This will help engage your #abs, which will stabilize your upper body. Make sure to watch yourself in a mirror and avoid lateral shifting of your hips. Move with intention, train with purpose!
Looking for a good anti-rotational #exercise to help your #golfswing? Try this one out.
Attach a handle to a mid-level anchor point on a cable system. Step out so that there is resistance on the handle while standing in an #athletic posture. Starting with your hands against your chest, press your arms straight out in front of you. Hold here for a second and don’t let the handle move back towards the weight stack. Slowly bring the handle back to your chest to complete the rep. Start with a light weight and progress in weight as you can do over 20 reps without the handle moving towards the cable system.
Please consult with a physician prior to exercise performance to confirm that you are healthy enough to complete this exercise.
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