Recently, our golf fitness friends over at 18STRONG polled their audience and asked one simple question, “What is the biggest problem you’re having with your golf fitness performance right now?”
Overwhelmingly, the responses had to do with a lack of flexibility. Have you ever felt tight in one or more of the following areas:
- Ankles and feet
What we found most encouraging is that smart golfers understand how important flexibility is. Ten, maybe even five years ago that was not the case, so as a community we’re becoming more intelligent about training smarter and focusing on what is going to make the most dramatic improvements in our game.
Have you ever felt like your backswing stops too early to get any power because you can’t rotate back far enough? Have you ever felt your joints cracking and popping in your swing or warm-up? Do you just know that your body is way too tight for it to do what you want it to do? You’re not alone.
To help us get on the right track, Kaitlyn at 18STRONG put together a short “secret weapon” video. Your playing partners all know about shoulder and hip rotation, but nobody is talking about ankle and foot mobility, and how it dramatically improves your ability to hit the ball. It’s common sense: Your swing starts at the ground, so you need to build a solid foundation.
Watch the video as Kaitlyn shows you how to start shooting lower scores by simply focusing on your foundation – your ankle and foot mobility.
If you are serious about becoming more flexible and being a better golfer, then you must CLICK HERE for the complete 18STRONG Flexibility Guide Step-By-Step Video & Cheat Sheet and let Kaitlyn walk you through a full session that you can use over and over.