Advancing the Push Pull Exercise


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Jeremy Klinkhamer

2 Responses to “Advancing the Push Pull Exercise”

  1. Jeremy ,When you are facing the wall ,you CAN also open the chest by pulling the two handles apart ( Outwards ).This also has the ” trapèze “muscles working

    • Hi Raymond,
      Very true. This exercise is to make sure that even when you don’t ‘pull the handles apart’ you still are capable of maintaining good posture. Thanks for the note.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

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From: Paul Wilson

Winter Is The BEST Time To Work On Your Swing

Just a quick note today reminding you that winter is the best time to practice your golf swing.  Why winter?  Because you can work on your swing throughout the next few months and have a great swing when you start your next season!


Just follow the tips and feedback I associate with each swing position I teach.  Do 25-50 nightly practice swings at home looking for this feedback to tell you that you're doing it right.  If there's no ball in front of you you're not thinking about hitting hitting it so you can clearly think about your movement and building a great swing for next season.

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Developing a great swing is about effort.  Don't look at winter as a time when you hang up the clubs.  Instead, this is the time you are going to be building your swing.