Clam shell exercise

April 20, 2020 11:52 AM

The gluteal muscles play a key role in developing rotational power and speed during the swing. The glutes are also crucial for back health in general. Many people have weak glutes due to prolonged sitting at work and at home. This simple exercise, done regularly, will wake up and strengthen the gluteal muscles.

Follow along as Dr. Jeremy James guides you through this exercise, so you can begin building the foundation for a healthier back and a better golf game—all from the comfort of home.

Key Takeaways:

  • Glutes play a key role in developing power and speed in golf
  • Prolonged sitting at work/home leads to weak glutes
  • Add this to your daily routine to strengthen the gluteal muscles for your overall back health and your golf swing

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