Fascia is the connective tissue network that holds us together. Fascia surrounds each muscle. The white on the bottom of the picture of the foot is fascia. If you have limited muscle mobility, then you also have tightness in the fascia. Mobility is the base of all golfers and it starts in the foot.

Use a small firm ball to roll and comfortably stretch the fascia on the bottom of your foot, which is the beginning of any

golf mobility program. In a sitting position, roll the ball from your heel to your toes along the fascia on the bottom of your foot. This is meant to be a stretch and not painful. Complete this for 1 minute on each foot 1 time a day. You will not only be amazed at how much better your foot feels, but also how your calves and hamstrings feel more mobile. Gradually complete more repetitions.

If you have an injury or illness you should consult with your physician or physical therapist before beginning a stretching program.

If you want to improve your golf game and are new to fitness, sign up for one of my small group clinics that are designed for men, women, and junior golfers. Learn how to correctly warm-up to improve your golf game, improve upper extremity mobility, and lower extremity mobility.

Click on any of the schedule online tabs. Select the clinics tab and select a clinic of your choice. If you have questions about where to start, email me and I will be happy to direct you how to improve your golf fitness.  

These balls are not for children.