Take control of your upper- and lower-body rotation for a powerful swing
Are your upper and lower body in sync during your swing? It isn't always easy, but proper lower-body rotation, while the upper body remains stable, can be a key to a better swing and more consistent golf.
In Week 7 of mobility training with "Projct Golf," a Morning Read fitness partner, host Jordan Jeske provides a look at how to move during the swing. Creating "disassociation" of the upper and lower body is probably one of the most important things a golfer can create. Jeske uses these two moves in his assessments with golfers to see what they need to work on first.
First, get in a solid golf stance and use a mirror so you can see yourself. Being able to unconsciously create that feeling is going to be huge in helping you create consistency and ownership over your golf swing.
Try the drill above, and look for more fitness tips coming soon to MR.TV.
MORE FROM PROJCT GOLF
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