The Seated Twist is a fantastic golf stretching exercise that will not only loosen up your back to minimize pain, but will give you a greater backswing and follow-through range of motion, resulting in more power and distance with all your clubs.
The Seated Hamstring Stretch is an effective golf stretch that will loosen up your hamstrings and lower back. You will be able to maintain your golf posture with less pain and discomfort in your lower back and even glutes.
• Golf muscles trained: Obliques, Lower Back, and Abdominals
• Exercise benefits: Loosens back, minimizes pain and improves backswing/follow through range of motion.
How to do the Seated Twist:
Step 1: Sit upright in your office chair, with chest high and back straight.
Step 2: Reach behind you with your left arm, which will rotate your upper body.
Step 3: Leverage your right arm against your left leg, creating torque.
Step 4: Hold for at least 10 seconds and repeat.
Step 5: Switch arms and rotate the opposite way, hold and repeat.
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