In this exercise we’ll be addressing the Wood Chop swing fault.
You can see here how Wood Chop involves improper rotation of the upper body. Fixing this will increase control, power, and consistency. This “Half-Kneeling Rotation” exercise will help improve balance and upper body separation from the lower body in the golf swing.
Faults and Fixes
A new golf fitness exercise series, including Early Hip Extension, brought to you by our friends at FitGolf Performance Centers that outline some of the most common swing faults and give you exercises that you can do anytime and anywhere to begin correcting swing faults in your own golf swing. FitGolf has been providing golf fitness services and golf-specific exercise content to golfers all over the world for over two decades.
The Golf Swing Fault is demonstrated by Eric MacCluen, PGA Golf Professional and the 2008 winner of the Top 50 Master Teacher award as well as a multiple winner of the Top 50 Master Kids Teacher award, and voted one of Pennsylvania’s Best Teachers by Golf Digest Magazine.
The exercises are demonstrated by Jason Rivkin, TPI Golf Fitness Professional since 2012, and the Managing Director and Owner of the FitGolf Performance Center in the Philadelphia area. Jason has worked with hundreds of golfers of all different levels helping them achieve better health and performance in golf.
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