Today, I'm gonna come with a lower body stability mobility, as well as working the shoulderblades into the scapula, working a little stability, mobility in through there as well.
What we'll need is a band, just for resistance.
What I'm gonna have you do is you're going to pre-stretch and go out so those arms are pretty much preferably out to the side.
Feel those shoulderblades squeezing together? This is going to make you lock them in place.
This will be the stability.
What we'll do is we're gonna lunge up, and to help out, we're now stabilizing, we're going to rotate into that golf swing still holding that band, and back.
The big importance is to lock it in nice and smooth, and as we're rotating, we're then gonna be opening up into the hips.
We can go back and forth, and do a few of those.
Another way to do it is to lunge out with no resistance.
Then, as we turn, we're pulling back that opposite arm as we're rotating.
Back down, holding.
There's my rotation with a big pull.
What that's allowing to do is we're working that protraction, retraction of that shoulder while we stabilize one, but allow the other to be able to move around.
So really gonna help out with that back in between those shoulderblades, as well as opening up those hips for a bigger turn.
Definitely give it a try.
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