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Foam Rolling For Golf: Lower Body

by Coach Stephen on

In todays video, we’ll quickly review a complete routine of foam rolling for golf.  This video will cover the lower body, and the next video will address the upper body.

We all recognize that it’s vital for a fluid and consistent golf swing to have hips and legs that are flexible and can move through a full range of motion.  Although the various forms of stretching that we teach here at RGT certainly improve flexibility over time, this can be greatly enhanced by using a foam roller BEFORE stretching.

And as an extra bonus, it is the best way to loosen up muscles within two hours of hitting the course or driving range. Remember, no static stretching before golf.  A great combination is to use the foam roller and then some dynamic stretches – not holding for any longer than 2 seconds.

Related: Best Pre-Round Golf Stretching Techniques

As always, if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section below.

So grab your roller and a tennis ball, let’s do some foam rolling for golf… and Get After Old Man Par!

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