In this segment, let’s send more mobility to your shoulder region for better backswings and clubhead speed!
More Pars Fitness Coach Karen Palacios-Jansen shows you a simple, yet effective mobility stretch for your shoulders and upper back.
Key benefits of this move:Strengthens your rotator cuffs
Improves your backswing
Improves range of motion in your shoulder area
Your goal is repetition of 8-10 times. You can do this move every day!
The Set Up & Execution
• Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and arms bent at 90-degree angles, fingers pointing up in the air.
• Slowly rotate your shoulders so your forearms drop parallel to the ground.
• Return to the start position and repeat for 8 to 10 times.
• As you get stronger, add 1-2 lb weights to the mix.
Tight shoulders restrict your backswing, often resulting in the Left-Arm Breakdown and shortening the golf arc. We need a wide arc so you can generate more clubhead speed.
Perform slowly and methodically for safe results.