Saturday, June 11, 2011
Talk About Resistance
When we talk about resistance, it is not just about lifting weights to get a better physique, but also to strengthen the muscles to work more effectively. Here's an exercise that can serve as an overwhelmed mom to a seasoned golfer: the rotations of the central part of the trunk (middle section).
We know that the upper body may lean forward, backward and sideways, but it can also execute a rotational movement from the hips. This movement is essential to pick something up and look for the file, as well as all phases of a golf swing and also to basically check his blind spot while driving. To strengthen these muscles, do the following exercise:
* Put your hands on your hips and make sure they move as little as possible.
* Keep your head bent forward and aligned with the center of your chest.
* Enter your navel and keep your back straight.
* Turn the body slowly and bring your shoulders to a position as perpendicular
to that of your hips as possible.
* Rotate it clockwise and repeat 20 times.
This exercise is done aincreasest little or no resistance, but you can try to make a balloon with basketball, a big book or other object is easy to hold.
By strengthening these muscles, you reduce your risk of injury due to twisting and you can possibly hit your golf ball harder!