Monday, January 09, 2012

Tight Hamstrings? Not Anymore!

Tight Hamstrings mean less flexibility and mobility and have a direct correlation to a tight lower back. Tight hamstrings will definitely affect your golf game and could even cause some back "issues".

The following video features Coach Joey D performing a "Seated Stretch" movement pattern that will not only help to get those hamstring muscles stretched, but also help to develop a nice strong flat back which is critical to a good golf posture and free rotation around your spine. 

This exercise requires an 8 pound medicine ball or PowerBall and a stability or Balance Ball. The balance ball will also help to strengthen the small stabilizing muscles in your lower body.
Add this exercise to your current routine or use this one to start your golf fitness program.  It's easy and very very effective.
Ken Pierce
The GolfGym Guy
www.golfgym.com

**If you are in need of either of these performance tools, GolfGym is offering a Special to our Blog Readers Only. Go to www.golfgym.com and order the PowerBall and Balance Ball, then enter the Code: HAMSTRING in the Coupon Code box and receive a 20% discount. (Regular Price $84.90 - Discounted Price $68.  Shipping charges will be added. Instructional DVD's featuring Coach Joey D are included in each product.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Golf Towels said...

I've always said, Fitness is impossible without flexibility! Most injuries occur from tight, underused muscles. Would you agree?

3:34 PM  

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