Let’s face it. Staying flexible could be a full time job.
I mean, there are hundreds of stretches and exercises that I know would be good for me to do on a regular basis, but if you’re like me, I simply don’t have the luxury of taking 2 hours a day to work on my body.
Plus, throw in the occasional aches and pains that require a little extra attention, it’s hard to know what to do, much less find the time to squeeze it into a busy day’s schedule.
So what’s a guy supposed to do?
Well, as usual, with any golf fitness related question, I reached out to the guys over at 18STRONG and asked them to give us something that you can do quickly and easily that could have a huge impact on your body and even help you swing the club better.
I thought I might have stumped them this time, but Jeff immediately replied with . . .
“That’s easy. Everybody should have a foam roller at home.”
Now, if you don’t know what a foam roller is, or how to use one, we’ve got you covered. I asked Jeff to put together a quick video to show you some of the ways he uses it with his golfers.
I promise you, if you’ve never tried this before, you’re gonna love it and hate it at the same time. It’s like having your own personal massage therapist, just way cheaper!
Not only does it help fix some of the tightness in the muscles and get rid of some of those nasty tight spots, but I love how it “wakes up” my body before swinging a club. Since starting to use one of these bad boys, I am way more fresh and ready to go on the 1st tee box.
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