Upper/Lower Body Separation Exercises For Golfers - Golf Fitness Tips

Upper/Lower body dissasociation, also known as the ability to move the upper and lower body separately, is key for a good golf swing.

Lacking this ability can lead to many golf swing mistakes such as: loss of posture, flat shoulder plane, reverse spine angle, sway, slide, coming over the top, casting, chicken winging and hanging back. Since so many golf swing problems could be related to a lack of dissasociation, working and improving this skill can lead to significant improvements in your golf swing!