Yes you heard it right! Golf stretches in your office. What a great way to take a quick break from your computer to not only feel better in the moment, but improve your game at the same time.
I've come up with many clever ways to work around the "I don't have time" reason (excuse).
You can't tell me you don't have 15 seconds at your computer?an no-less in your chair? That's right?I have come up with a whole routine you can do at your office that will quickly and dramatically improve your range of motion in your golf swing.
How many times have you been sitting at your computer with pains in your neck, back, shoulders, hips and even feet?
I've been there and that's why I've come up with a simple and quick routine to solve this very common problem.
If you are a fanatic golfer like me?you think about golf 24/7. Even at work! There's nothing wrong with that as long as you're getting your work done.
But why not make valuable use of that quick moment for golf by doing a stretch at your desk without leaving your chair?
You'll be amazed how good you feel and how much better your golf game gets. The KEY is to stretch whenever you get a quick 15 seconds. Just think how many stretches you could get in during one day.
I firmly believe in being efficient with your time and making the most of your day. I'm going to give you one (of many) stretches you can do, in your chair in front of your computer.
I call it the Seated Twist (in your chair):
? Sit upright in your office chair, with chest high and back straight.
? Reach behind you with one arm, which will rotate your upper body.
? While staying very erect, twist as far as you can go and hold.
? Twist the other way and repeat.
? Go both sides 2-3 times, holding for 10 seconds.
This is a very effective stretch for reducing and/or eliminating back back pain and quickly improving your backswing and follow through range of motion, resulting in higher clubhead speed and more importantly distance.
Do it right now and see how much better your back feels.
This is just one of many stretches AND golf exercises you can do in your office in less than one minute.
No more excuses!
Take ACTION and do that stretch right now!
This article was provided by Mike Pedersen, one of the leading golf fitness experts in the country. If you're looking for a quick and easy way to transform your game, Mike has a new book with a complete chapter on golf exercises in the office. Go take a look at http://www.ultimategolffitnessguide.com.