This is Tyler Parsons bringing you another golf fitness tip.
Today, I want to bring you a rotational exercise that's going to work the back, plus it's going to incorporate the shoulders.
We're going to be doing a little injury prevention as well as improving that game, so going to look out for you.
This is one of Kenny Perry's favorite exercise that we do.
All we're going to do is get into the golf posture, ave two five pound weights.
What I want you to do is, we're going to turn, making that backswing.
We're going to allow this right arm to sink, and go extremely high and deep, as well as allow this left one to then turn and lift.
We can bring it back down, and nice and slow do it to the other side.
A good thing to do here again, is to slow and control, so that we're again, shoulder blade sinking in.
We're lifting and activating to help stretch that out, but we don't want to just swing and throw it, because we're not really going to get much out of that.
Big shoulder turn.
Sink it in.
Going to this other side.
Turn and lift.
Go through two sets of ten on that.
Really light up that back.
Work those scapula.
Again, injury prevention with that shoulder blade.
Thanks for watching.
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