Tee Time, Part 2

As promised, here is the Tee Time cool down sequence. 

Much of it focuses on restoring upper body flexibility and alignment. The velocity of the swing, coupled with the range of motion required in the shoulders can definitely cause some impingement out towards the end of the clavicle, so I included a resistance stretching sequence that resets muscle length in order to restore proper alignment of the shoulder girdle post game. 

There are some lower back and hamstring stretches, as well as hip flexor/psoas lengthening exercises, which hopefully will have you walking away loose and pain free. 

 

As always, I don't live in your body, YOU DO. Please make sure that you listen to it, and that everything you do feels good to you. 

If you are interested in Justin Russo and his out of the box approach to improving your game, check out his website. He offers a number of affordable group coaching series', as well as expert personal training. 

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