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One thing that we try to combat on a daily basis with our clients is rounded shoulders. What it causes in your golf swing is, it causes you to set up with your shoulders rounded and it limits your backswing. The way that we combat that is to keep your upper back strong and your chest flexible.

A great exercise using the RMT Club is to get in your golf posture and you're going to do a "Y" at first (like you're in a "Y" position) and you're going to shift the weight at the top. And once you've done 10-15 of those, you're going to take it out to a "T" position and shift the weight.

One thing that we don't want to see is when you're in the "Y" position and you're standing up this way [wobbling with your entire body to hear the shifting inside of the club]. You just want to make sure that the body stays stable and you're raising and lowering the club. Now of course we want to do that on both sides [for non-dominant side training]. So same thing on the left. We're going to do a "Y" position here and then a "T" position here. 10 to 15 "shakes" in each position, that's going to give you more stability and overall lead to a better shoulder turn.

About the Author: Mike Hansen is a TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) certified instructor for Level 1, 2, and 3. Mike also obtains a level 2 Golf Biomechanics certification. Mike is the founder of HansenFitness for Golf: a golf specific coaching company. Mike is also currently the director of golf fitness for Dove Canyon Golf Club and El Niguel Country Club.

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