Flexibility Routine for Golf-Improve Your Golf Swing with Cardiogolf

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Watch Karen Palacios-Jansen LPGA Teaching Professional demonstrate this exercise.

This routine is designed to target muscles used in the golf swing that are typically tight.

Time: 15 to 45 minutes
Intensity: Moderate

Some people have good flexibility naturally. For those of us who don’t, flexibility is needed and can be developed, but you have to work at it everyday. Stretching allows the development and maintenance of optimal joint range of motion, so that the golfer can move through the necessary planes of motion.

You may be feeling overwhelmed by all the stretches and information to this point. Don’t worry, it is unrealistic to expect you to do all the stretches described even though many of your would benefit from doing exactly that. My suggestion to you is to choose the stretches that are most difficult for you and do those first. If the exercise is difficult or uncomfortable for you, it means you are tight in that area and you need to loosen up those muscles and joints. If you find the exercise easy, then you are already flexible in that area. You can stretch those areas to maintain your flexibility, but it is not necessary to spend too much time on what you stretching muscles that are already loose.

Always begin with the Cardiogolf pre-round warm-up routine before doing this or any of the exercise routines.

Par Level: 10 minutes – Do routine one time
Birdie Level: 20 minutes – Repeat routine twice
Eagle Level: 30 minutes – Repeat routine three times

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