Don't forget to work on foot mobility
You may not think of it, but foot and ankle mobility is another important fitness element to work on to help achieve a better golf swing. Throughout your swing, your ankles need to be able to move side to side to achieve full range of motion.
Many PGA Tour players pride themselves on solid footwork—and they use their feet to generate more power in their golf swing. And this Weekly Golf Fitness Tip is a great way for you to work on it as well. Watch this video to learn Standing Ankle Mobilization, and begin building the foundation for greater ankle/foot mobility in your golf swing.
- Ankles require lateral movement to achieve full range of motion in your swing
- Ankle mobility can also help dissipate load in other areas of the body
- Reintroduce motion into your foot/ankle with this simple golf exercise
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