Golf Fitness: How To Increase Shoulder Turn

Golf Fitness: How To Increase Shoulder Turn

In episode 42 of this 50 week series, Jeff Ritter shares an exercise for creating a more powerful back swing. For hundreds of FREE videos, audio lesson and more visit www.mttperformance.com/blog today

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When it comes to feeling better we most often focus on obvious areas of pain or limitation. In golf, common points of concern are the neck and low back.

Anyone who has felt the pull, pinch or the drop to your knees “dagger” in these sensitive areas surely knows how debilitating the pain can be. One area that tends to go unnoticed is the thoracic spine described in the video below. The main reason being the thoracic region often doesn’t become compromised in a way that results in discomfort for most people.

As someone who has been challenged by low back pain over the years, I had never considered my mid/upper back to be an area worth directing attention to. After going through a mobility screen, however, I learned that my thoracic area was highly immobile, putting tremendous pressure on my lower back while playing golf.

By improving mobility in the thoracic spine, I was able to lessen the workload taken on by the lumbar region. This allowed me to increase rotation in my backswing without the pain that was keeping me down.

In addition to the this T-Spine exercise, I was also directed to loosen the muscles around the spine through foam rolling and massage therapy. The combination of the two delivered benefits that became quickly evident both on and off the course.

Just because it doesn’t hurt, doesn’t mean it’s not a problem. Spend some time focusing on the health of your T-Spine region and you and count this week’s challenge as complete.

Benefits:

Increase Golf Swing Rotation
Reduce Back Pain
Hit Longer Golf Shots
Shoot Lower Golf Scores

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