A drill to improve your golf posture as you watch Masters on TV
Last week, our Projct Golf series featured a drill to create more efficient hip extension from your lower body. Today, host Jordan Jeske has a drill to strengthen that range of motion and focus on two muscle groups to create a stronger and more consistent swing: hamstrings and abs.
In your address position, these two areas must work hard to maintain proper posture. The stronger they are, the more endurance and capacity you'll have to make it through an entire round without breaking down.
While watching golf this weekend, perform 15 reps of each exercise for three sets: 1-2 times while the lead groups are on the front nine and 1-2 times as they play the back nine.
Watch the video above, and look for more new drills from "Projct Golf," coming soon to the MR.TV.
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Part 1: Easy golf stretches to improve lower mobility
Part 2: Drills for lower-body stability
Part 3: Power your lower core
Part 4: Build 3 sources of power
Part 5: Boost your flexibility with one move
Part 6: Get your swing in sync with your body
Part 7: Control your upper and lower body
Part 8: One drill for power and speed
Part 9: Strengthen your core, shoulders and hips in one move
Part 10: A lower-body move to power up your swing
Part 11: One drill to get your posture right
Part 12: A drill to create separation and power
Part 13: Efficient power? It's all in the hips