Lateral Movement shifts your weight from the left leg to the right and then through to your finish position. Working that lateral movement will lead to a more comfortable and powerful golf swing.
What’s up, GolfersRx! Mark Williamson, The Golf Yogi, is back with 3 INDOOR golf exercises to help your lateral movement. Yes, there is lateral movement in the golf swing, and Mark’s not referring to swaying or sliding.
Each of these indoor golf training exercises will help you get loaded into the right side of the golf swing and then fire all the way through to the finish position. You may remember one of the drills from your younger days playing basketball.
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