Fitness – Stretching For Flexibility.

by letsthinkabout

Golf fitness stretching and corollary golf exercises are an easy way to improve your golf swing. The utilization of golf exercises within a golf fitness program can enhance many aspects of the golf swing and your golf game.The amateur golfer can improve their ability to execute the golf swing, complete a full shoulder turn, generate more clubhead speed, and hit more accurate shots with improved flexibility. The process an amateur golfer can improve their flexibility is through golf stretches.Increased flexibility is the benefit of stretching. These benefits occur through the elongation (i.e. stretching) of soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments). Typically certain muscles in your body are in a shortened position (i.e. “tight”), causing restrictions in the golf swing. Golf stretches (i.e. elongating) these muscles alleviates these muscles alleviates these restrictions allowing for the ranges of motion required of the golf swing to develop.

No longer is it viewed as the leisure sport of old. Golf is now recognized as an athletic sport where performance depends a lot on your fitness level. Thus the wide introductions of golf fitness stretch trainers and training.Golf related injuries can be quite frustrating to a golfer especially when that golfer continues to ignore the possible benefits in quick and permanent recovery that are possible with the help of a golf fitness stretch trainer.One of the reasons is that the most common and strenuous activity in the game, the golf swing, usually lasts barely a second.Place your right heel upon a step, knee slightly bent. Lean forward, grasp your right toe with your right hand. Bend your left knee slightly and keep your back straight. Keeping your weight on the left leg and your left hand on the left thigh, pull your right toes toward the knee. Keep the knee slightly bent and hold for 30 seconds.

Sit on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you, ankles together. Lean forward and touch your toes. Your goal for flexibility is to be able to touch your nose to your knees and wrap your hands around the arch of your feet.Lie on your left side, extend your left arm and rest your head on it. Contract the abdominals, holding the pelvis in a neutral position. Bring the right ankle back towards the glutes, reach back with the right hand and gently hold the ankle with the knee parallel to the floor. Press the front hip bone forward, slightly extending the hip, and hold for 30 seconds.