Workouts to Gain Distance: Lower Body Separation & SequenceClubhouse

Editor's Note: Yes, winter is here. But that's no excuse to start slacking on your game improvement! In order to keep your golf game up to par (or below if you put the practice in!) during the winter months, we've put together a series of exercises and stretches to improve your mental, physical, and strategic parts of your game. Make sure you check back every week for the next set of drills, so you can continue to get better, even if you’re not on the course or the range.

The lower body separation and sequence is what fuels the strength of your swing. In any rotational motion, you have to understand how to move your lower body properly. When you start with your lower body first, you build the foundation for strength as you move your way up the body for your swing. In this video, golf performance master trainer, Trevor Anderson shares techniques that will help you generate consistent power and speed through a full rotational range of motion.

Do these stretches along with these following exercises and stretches, 2-3 times per week and you'll see some major improvement in your form and your power.

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