What’s up, GolfersRx, Mark Williamson, the Golf Yogi here today with a great set of rotational golf exercises to add to your golf fitness regime.
These golf swing exercises will improve your overall stability and golf game.
Mark shares multiple variations of these stretching golf exercises using a 6lb. Medicine ball, dumbbell, or no aid at all. Each option will improve stability and rotation through the spine and help you get into the golf swing address position more easily.
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