HOW: Anchor a band to a lower position closer to the ground. Start facing away from the anchored band in a side plank position on your elbow with your top leg on the ground in front of your bottom leg. Grab onto the band...

HOW: Get set up in a side plank position with your elbow on the ground straight down from your shoulder, forearm pointing straight out, and your top legโ€™s heel is in front of your bottom legโ€™s toes. Lift your hips off the ground creating...

HOW: Use a stable surface or chair with a pad placed on top of it. Position your body side lying and put one leg on top of the pad on the chair or raised surface. The inside part ankle/lower leg should be comfortably on...

HOW: Use a stable surface or chair with a pad placed on top of it. Position your body side lying and put one leg on top of the pad on the chair or raised surface. The inside part of your thigh should be comfortably...

HOW: Begin in plank position with your forearms on the ground, flat back, and your toes pushing into the ground. Hold this position as long as you can until your forearms or back compensate.ย    FEEL: You should feel your core and front shoulder muscles...

HOW: Begin in plank position with your forearms on the ground, flat back, and your toes pushing into the ground. From here, push into the ground with your forearms lifting your body up. Catch yourself placing your hands on the ground slightly wider than...

HOW: Begin in a tall plank position with your hands on the ground underneath your shoulders, and your feet straight out from your hips with your toes pushing into the ground. From here, keep your back flat, core engaged, and bring one knee up...

HOW: Begin on the ground on your hands and knees. Bring one leg forward while keeping the other leg back with its toes pushing into the ground. The front foot should be flat with your hands on the ground in line with the middle...

HOW: Face away from an elevated surface. Place your hands on the ground directly under your shoulders and elbows locked out. Put your feet on the step with your toes pushing into the step creating a plank position. Straighten your knees by squeezing your...

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