As we become a little stiffer with age, we’re inclined to restrict many parts of our golf swing.
Improving range of motion helps you make not just a better swing,
but to recapture lost yards and consistency.

Just as important as an upper body turn is on the backswing, you also have to be able to
extend through the impact zone and follow through.

Kneeling hip flexor stretch
This exercise helps to loosen up the hip flexor muscle so it can more easily do its
job of stabilizing and moving the hip complex.

Kneeling on your right knee, bend your left knee to 90° and lean forward until you feel a stretch in your right hip flexor muscle.
Now bring your right arm overhead and lean over to the left. Hold this position for a few seconds and repeat on the other side.

If you have any aches and pains, or are unsure about exercising, then be prepared to consult a fitness professional.
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