Pelvis Disassociation Exercise
- Begin in a mid-iron posture with arms crossed in front of your chest
- Slowly turn your pelvis and hips to the right and back to the left without moving your shoulders and chest.
- Do this exercise in front of a mirror to make sure your shoulders and chest do not move with your pelvis and hips.
Core Disassociation Exercise
- Begin in the same starting position, but this time you will be keeping your pelvis and hips stable and still while you move your shoulders and chest.
When you are able to perform these exercises easily you can create the potential for greater power on the downswing and greater club-head speed through the impact zone.
this exercise comes from the book Golf Anatomy by Craig Davies and golf tips by Shaun Barnes, PGA