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4 years ago
4 years ago
I am hoping that there might be some people out there that can help me with an issue that I am finishing, being unable to play because of injury. This last summer and fall I had two injuries that set me way back in being able to play and the quality of my play. I separated my right shoulder (I am left-handed) in July and only started recovering from that in October. I then broke and took stitches in my pinky finger on my right hand. Besides just going out and playing, anyone have recommendations on drills, stretches, and routines I might be able to go through to get back in shape. Before the injuries I was a +1.1 handicap and driving the ball 310 on average. I want to get well enough to try and play in a few qualifiers at the beginning of the summer but not sure I will be near ready physically and/mentally. Thanks for the help.
I have become quite a fan of the 4lb medicine ball. 2 sets of 10 standing rotation bounces and 2 sets of kneeling and rotating / throwing the ball against the wall. Treadmill is always good as cardio fitness is never a bad idea. I also use hand grips while walking to build grip strrength and also ne aware of grip pressure.
Let me know what you think