UP & COOL DOWN EXERCISES
always warm up before starting your game of golf and cool down afterwards.
The warm up should consist of mainly stretches and will help prevent
potential injuries during your game and also prepare your body for the
movements and stresses put on your muscles and body during your game
tighten during a round of golf and a build-up of lactic acid is likely.
If this isn't counteracted injuries may result so it is vital that you
do cool down stretches after a round of golf.
Program provides you with 12 simple warm up and cool down stretches
and advice that will help you stay injury free and playing at your best.
These stretches can be done at the golf course directly before and after
your game of golf.
Warm Up Exercise
the golf club forward on the ground, gripped and the handle
with both hands and step backwards until your back is parallel
with the ground and a 90 degree bend at the hips and stretch
for approximately 15 to 20 seconds.
only proceed with this stretch as far as your comfortable maximum.