Here's exercise number 5/7. The Stability Twist. No clubs to balance now, just our own two feet. Take an athletic stance with feet about shoulder width or wider depending on your typical Golf Stance. Hold your club horizontally in front of your chest at arms length. Now without moving your belt buckle, turn your arms and chest to the right and then to the left. This may feel difficult to control at first, in which case try and push the ground apart with your feet to gain stability. Once you get it, you'll probably start to feel your obliques (ab muscles) creating the twist. We're getting close to swinging now!
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Heading out to the range soon? Don't swing a club until you warm up. Not only will you be less likely to pull or strain something, you'll swing more freely, more consistently and with more effortless power. Follow along with our Golf warmup playlist on your phone next time you take the clubs out.