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Hip Rotation With Stability

Creating dissociation in the body is one of the best ways to add power and distance to your golf game. Using the golf club for support, rotate your hips side to side slowly. Make sure you initiate the move with your hips and not your knees. Keep your upper body as still as you can. Do 10 rotations in each direction. 
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NUTRITION FOR GOLFERS

Like all sports, one of the best ways to spruce up your mental focus is to implement a smart diet and exercise regimen. Whether that means streamlining by getting the right amount of food in your body; re-evaluating what you’re doing wrong in the first place; or deciding if you need to start from scratch with a qualified nutrition professional. Your output is a direct result of your input—and that means everything you consume should be used as fuel.

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The Importance of Training For Golf

No matter what sport you choose, building strength and stamina can improve your chances for success. In fact, regular exercise of any kind is good for everything you do in your daily life. That’s why training for golf is critical. Strong muscles will help you improve your game, reduce your risk of injury, and combat general health issues down the road.
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Trunk Activated Bridge

The glutes are the king of the golf swing and are meant to generate strength and power. This drill is a great way to get the glutes fired up prior to stepping on the first tee. Using a light band or tube, pull your hands apart keeping your arms straight. 
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Hip Hinge

Having the ability to hinge and crease your body at your hips may be the most important aspect of movement quality when it comes to golf. Our hips are meant to be mobile, and if they aren't we result to major compensations with often times the lower back taking over and leading to eventual pain and injury through repeated rotation. 
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Shoulder External Rotations

Stand against a wall with your heels, tailbone, mid back and head touching the wall. Then bringing your elbows up to a 90 degree angle, keep the elbow as a fixed axis and try to reach the back of your forearms and palms back against the wall maintaining the contact points. 
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Athletic Stance T-Spine Wall Press

Set up a foot or so away from the wall in an athletic, golf posture stance. Rotate torso and sit into the hip closest to the wall placing palms against the wall. Try to get the trail arm straight as you actively press into the wall. The biggest compensation here will be to move the knees and hips excessively toward the wall. Do 2 sets of 5 reps per side allowing for a good exhale breath as you press into the wall each time. 
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