Simple golf exercise: Dying Bug

May 19, 2020 07:49 PM

Dying Bug teaches you to use your core muscles to stabilize the spine, so you can generate more power from the hips. This helps prevent energy "leaks" from occurring due to unwanted spine movement during the golf swing.

This exercise also develops coordination and muscle-firing patterns, such as those required for making effective, consistent golf swings.

Key Takeaways:

  • Helps generate more power from the hips
  • Develops coordination and muscle-firing patterns
  • Be sure to maintain neutral spine throughout the exercise

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