90 Degree Rotation
The obliques are an important muscle for any sport; golf, tennis, baseball, even track and field, and by performing the 90 Degree Rotation you can gain some great strength and stability for any sport. Obliques play an important role in core strength and thus are important for daily life as well, my recommendation, strengthen your obliques!
Primary Muscles Used
90° Rotation Instructions
120° Rotation Instructions
Tim's list of benefits for the Abdominal Rotation
- Torso rotation exercises primarily work out your oblique muscle group, which can add power to rotational motion as well as give stability to upright posture.
- Athletes in certain every sports, such as discus or golf, may benefit as the exercises improve the strength of their swing.
- Stronger abdominal and back muscles take more pressure off the spine.
- Scoliosis is a medical condition in which the spine curves between 10 and 45 degrees, with more severe cases reaching 80 or 90 degrees. Generally, patients suffering from extreme cases undergo an operation to have steel rods inserted along their spine, but studies have shown that torso rotation can slow or halt completely scoliosis.
- If you want to begin a golf program, like the ones we offer, start doing this exercise, it is a great base to strengthen your rotational strength and stability, that way we can rock and roll when you begin.
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