Tyler Parsons, TV Golf Fitness, with Parson's Golf Performance.
Today I'm already set up in the position that we want to work on.
Trying to work on the hips, for that deep squat.
Huge correlation between how a player can deep squat, open up the hips, looking at the ankles, looking at the knee trace, going into the upper thoracic spine, looking at the shoulders.
If there's any trouble, we know that there's a really good chance that you're going to early extend, and loose that posture in the golf swing.
This one's working on the hips.
You can see, I've got my feet so they're nice and straight forward.
I've dropped down, and all I'm doing, sitting here, pushing out with my hands to really open up my hips, trying to keep my upper back as straight as possible.
If this is too big of a challenge, grab a weight.
Just help that counter-balance, but spend a little bit of time, as much as you can tolerate, dropping down, staying in this position.
As this gets better, we can go in and do some little rotations in through here to help those hips move around.
First, we really want to drop down, making sure that they can open up, and get into a much, much better position.
Again, something to help you out, get that body moving a little better to help you start playing better golf.
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