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The Best Five Minute Golf Warm Up Routine

by Coach Stephen on


In an ideal world, we would all arrive at the course in plenty of time for our golf warm up and be able to work through several clubs on the driving range before starting our round.

In reality, at least for me, we arrive mere minutes before tee time, and have to make due with a shortened version.

If this sounds familiar, then be sure to check out the video in todays post, because I show you how to perform an easy and very effective five minute golf warm up.

This will hit all of your “golf muscles and joints” and prepare them for the rotational actions of your golf swing.

Try this golf warm up before your next round, and let me know how you feel.

Get warmed up… and get after Old Man Par!

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Jill Beck January 26, 2012 at

Good ideas for quick warm up that I must try. Can I suggest that when you film you do not have clothing that disappears into the background colouring. Thank you.

Tracy Moore January 27, 2012 at

Thanks a million Coach… Really value your ‘stuff’ find it very practical and I regular resort to the tapping you talked ‘me’ through once… Keep on trucking’ amigo.

Coach Stephen January 27, 2012 at

Thanks everyone for the comments. Please keep me posted on your results.

Rick Palmer January 27, 2012 at

Thanks for the info nice job.

Allen Shoope February 3, 2012 at

This is the best warmup I have ever tried when I can’t get to the course in time to hit balls. I have used this since coach Stephen told me about this in October and it works!

Tony Lee February 23, 2012 at

This is such a great warm up! Thanks for showing me how to get it done quickly and efficiently. I use the excuse all the time of being too late to the course to warm up, now I don’t have that excuse anymore.

Tom Brown April 18, 2012 at

Nice warmup, I like it

Coach Stephen April 29, 2012 at

Thanks, Tom. More to come… stay tuned.

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