Simple golf exercise: Upper-Back Rotation with Foam Roller
One of the most important elements in an effective golf swing is mobility through the mid-back and upper back. This helps take the load off the lower back, which can also help you avoid pain or injury when generating high-speed rotational force in your swing.
With a foam roller, you can develop back mobility by following this simple, rotational golf exercise. Watch this video to see how you can work to improve your ability to rotate through your upper back and protect your lower back.
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