Thoracic Spine Mobility (MOVEMENT OF THE DAY)

In this video I show you my favourite techniques for improving thoracic spine mobility. This is a self-administered technique, which means you can do it yourself – no need for a physical therapist or chiropractor.

The thoracic spine is between the neck and the abdomen. It’s the area of the spine that’s primarily responsible for rotating the upper body during the golf swing.

Unfortunately, most of us have decreased thoracic spine mobility from staring at screens all day, which forces us to compensate during our swing sequence.

If you find it difficult to maintain your angles during your swing you should perform 1 set of 12-20 reps of this technique 5 days a week.

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