Last Updated on Sunday, 05 May 2013 17:14 Monday, 14 May 2012 22:29
All golfers know that the more range of motion we have the more clubhead speed can be generated.
And what does clubhead speed mean? Well, more distance, of course....and who among us doesn't want that?
One of the best ways to accomplish that range of motion is to do specific exercises designed to help with core stability and better rotation for a longer more powerful swing.
Another issue that these exercises can help you deal with is a problem known as 'coming over the top'.
By learning how to perform flexibility enhancing movements through 'active elongation'...and this is as beneficial as it sounds. We can all gain those precious extra yards off the tee we so desperately desire.
And even if you don't, well, you'll feel better for the exercise anyway.
Just click on Katherine's video below to see how easily you can perform these simple workouts.