The ultimate upper-body golf warm-up

May 26, 2021 11:22 AM

Want to get loose at the range in a short amount of time? Here's a quick routine to get your body stretched out and ready for the first tee shot. This drill helps create more mobility and stability, to move more efficiently in your golf swing. There are four steps described in this video:

1. Shoulder circles
2. Underhand pull-aparts 
3. Pull-apart "good mornings"
4. Pallof rotations 

Host Jordan Jeske says to perform 10-15 reps of each and then hit some balls and see how you feel.

Watch the video above, and look for more golf fitness video tips from "Projct Golf" coming soon to MR.TV.

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Part 5: Boost your flexibility with one move
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Part 8: One drill for power and speed
Part 9: Strengthen your core, shoulders and hips in one move
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Part 11: One drill to get your posture right
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