Golf Tip – Golf Fitness: hamstring curl with stability ball for golf fitness

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In this brief golf fitness tip, I will demonstrate a great exercise for golf to improve posterior strength leading to an improved golf game.

Utilizing a stability ball, position both heels directly on top the ball with your feet pointing straight up. Raise your hips off the floor driving your heels into the ball. Slowly curl the ball towards your hips using your hamstrings, glutes and lower back or posterior core muscles.

Perform 10-15 reps of this exercise several times per week to increase your lower posterior extremities and core stability for a more constant golf swing.

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