How to Build Balance and Golf Mobility for Your Swing… At Home

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A 25-minute, golf exercise routine that focuses on core elements of your swing.

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As we mention throughout the GOLFFOREVER program, working on improving your golf mobility will have a direct impact on your ability to perform as a golfer.

The golf swing requires coordination of many body parts, including your hips, shoulders, and upper back. By developing golf mobility in each of those areas, you’ll begin to notice improved flexibility and overall range of motion throughout your swing. And by adding balance into that equation, you’ll be able to combine that increased range of motion with increased stability to begin generating more clubhead speed and more power.

Best of all, you can work on balance and mobility for golf from your home without any gym equipment—all you’ll need is a couple of household items. So, clear out some space in your family room or basement and follow along as Dr. Jeremy James walks you through a few simple exercises that can make a big-time impact on your game.


Devote 30 minutes a day to routines like this, and you’ll see noticeable improvements in just a few weeks. Keep in mind, this is a small part of the overarching GOLFFOREVER program. If you enjoyed this video, be sure to check out the rest of our videos by beginning your FREE TRIAL of GOLFFOREVER to gain access to hundreds of videos, geared around helping you play feel-great golf!

Key Takeaways:

  • Improving your body’s mobility and balance will directly impact your ability as a golfer
  • This routine is effective for everyone regardless of fitness level
  • This routine cocus is on balance, mobility in hips, shoulders, and upper back, and coordination
  • Devote 30 mins a day to routines like this to see improvements in just a few weeks