In this video PGA Pro Richard Lawless shows you how to complete a static stretch for the Tricep muscles
The role of the triceps in the golf swing is important. As you reach the impact position your right arm straightens and the triceps help transfer the energy from your body through to your arms, which in turn passes on through the golf club.
Stretching the tricep muscles can be a beneficial exercise for golfers as it encourages rotation and flexibility.
As discussed, the role of the triceps in the golf swing is very important; when you reach the impact position your right arm straightens and the triceps help transfer energy from your body through to your arms and eventually into the golf club.
Therefore, being able to stretch them properly can help you move more freely while swinging the club.
Static stretching is an ideal way to work on these muscles, as it focuses on holding a single position for several seconds in order to elongate them without causing any pain or discomfort.
You should try to focus on breath control by slowly inhaling before each stretch and exhaling slowly with each rep, keeping movements slow and controlled throughout – this will ensure that you’re focusing on maximum muscle contraction rather than just rushing through a set of repetitive motions.
By incorporating this type of stretching routine into your daily warm-up routine, you’re not only helping to improve overall mobility but also helping prevent injury by maintaining range of motion in those areas affected most by your game.
This will reduce any potential tightness that could lead to decreased performance during tougher rounds out on the course!