A fun drill to add to your workout!

This one is all about reacting and speed.  And to accomplish it you do not have to use a heavy med ball because this is more about you body’s ability to adapt.  In fact, I like using something similar to a soccer ball because it won’t rebound off the wall as quickly which means you have to use more speed to get it back in your hands.  The ball will also have a tendency to go different directions which means you have to be on your toes!

I demo two versions in the video.  The first is just the basic sequence where you are going to get in an athletic posture and focus on using your body to create the power instead of your hands.  Once you get the rhythm, focus on increasing your spend and feeling yourself fire into your hips and torso.  The second variation adds a 180 degree jump in it!  Once again, it’s all about quick reaction time and efficiency, two variables that lead to a more solid golf swing!

Have fun!

-S

Published by shawnfarmersese

I'm Shawn, Performance Coach at Golfletica in Bellevue, Wa. I specialize in bringing out the awesome in athletes, especially golfers. 13 years ago I graduated from the home of the 2010 FCS Football Champions (Go Eags!) with a degree in Exercise Science and a broken down body from playing college golf. That lead to my mission to help the world move better, with less pain and killer dance moves. Thanks to the help of my partner in crime Dr. Harry Sese, not only am I playing pain free golf but I get to witness lives change everyday through the power of teamwork. Check out more at our website www.nwsportsperformance.com

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