Desk Ruining Your Golf Swing? Lower Body Fix
All that time in front of your computer isn’t only bad for your health, it can also wreak havoc on your golf swing. When we sit for long periods of time, the main muscles in the golf swing become inactive. The glutes don’t fire properly, the hip flexors become tight and the core becomes unstable. These muscle imbalances result in a situation where you have an unstable lower body trying to send forces up to a lazy abdominal region. It’s been said before that this scenario is like trying to fire a cannon from a canoe. We call this postural dysfunction Lower Crossed Syndrome and in part one of this two part workout, I’m going to show you my favorite exercises to help fix it.
Rest for 90s between sets unless otherwise noted.