I am excited to share a collection of golf warm-up mobility exercises that will improve your performance on the course.
Golf is a beautiful fusion of technique, precision, and athleticism. At The Manual Touch, we believe in a comprehensive approach to physical therapy, highlighting the intricate interconnectedness of the human body. Our aim is to provide you with a deeper understanding of the importance of a whole-body approach to healing and optimizing your golfing abilities.
Whether you are a seasoned golfer or new to the sport, these exercises are designed to benefit golfers of all skill levels. They will help you improve your golf game and prevent injury.
- Hip mobility frontal plane regular stance:
- Hip mobility transverse plane regular stance:
- Hip mobility sagittal regular stance:
- Lunge warmup 3 planes:
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It’s no secret that golf can bring about its fair share of challenges and frustrations. When I speak to my patients and friends who are avid golfers, more often than not, they respond with a sigh and a word like “crappy” to describe their game. But despite these difficulties, they continue to hit the green because they love the challenge and truly enjoy the sport. It’s inspiring to see them prioritize the joy of playing over striving for perfection—it’s a wonderful way to view the game.
Golf sets itself apart from other fast-paced sports like tennis, hockey, and soccer. In those sports, movements become second nature, and split-second decisions are made on instinct. While they demand practice and technique, golf allows you, the golfer, to savor your time before even swinging the club. It’s a sport driven by technique, and one that can be enjoyed for a lifetime.
As we gracefully grow older, it becomes increasingly important to take a proactive approach in preventing golf-related injuries before they even occur. This not only enhances your game but also ensures you can continue golfing for years to come. Imagine soaking in the beauty of the green, feeling the gentle breeze on your face, as you golf with confidence and agility.
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