Improve Your Golf Swing and Lower Your Score with this Cardiogolf Exercise-Rainbow Stretch

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Practice something about your game everyday. #CardioGolfChallenge

To play golf at your full potential you must be able to possess the ability to rotate almost every joint in your body to its functional capacity. If there are restrictions in the shoulders, torso, pelvis or hips, there will be compensations somewhere else in the musculoskeletal system, which results in faults in the golf swing and possible injury to joints and muscles.

Flexibility and mobility are the body’s foundation to developing optimal fitness. You need to be able to move all your joints and muscles through their full range of motion to develop strength, stability, coordination and balance.

If you have an restrictions in your flexibility or mobility in your joints or muscles, the links of the chain between your muscles and joints will break leading to compensations and weaknesses in your movement. Weaknesses and poor movements caused by this break in the kinetic chain can cause poor performance or even injury.

Try this flexibility exercise that targets arms, shoulders, obliques and core muscles.

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