T's Y's and L's. 1 Set of 10

T’s, Y’s, and L's – Develops strength in the upper back muscles. Also helps with external rotation in the golf swing, which helps the club stay on plane.

-Standing feet shoulder width apart, perform a hip hinge so your chest is pointed at the ground (essentially your lower body and upper body are at about a 45-60-degree angle)

T’S:

-Arms hanging down, hands together, make two fists and point your thumbs out to the side

-Staying stable and in your posture, raise your arms up to the side, squeeze your shoulder blade together, making the letter “T” and then return to starting position

-Always relax head and neck, and prevent any shrugging motion

-You may have a very slight bend at the elbow while performing reps

-NOTE: To progress, use very light weighted dumbbells

 

Y’S

-Arms hanging down, hands together, make two fists and points your thumbs out in front of you

-Staying stable and in your posture, raise your arms up about 6-8 inches from each ear

-Squeeze shoulder blades at the top and return to starting position

-Always relax your head and neck, and prevent any shrugging motion

-You may have a very slight bend at the elbow while performing reps

-NOTE: To progress, use very light weighted dumbbells


L’s

-Arms hanging down, hands together, make two fists and point your thumbs out to the side

-Bring your arms up, bending at the elbow to shoulder height so your upper and lower arm make a 90-degree angle

-Having the upper arm acting as your axis, rotate at the shoulder as far back as you can and return to starting position

-NOTE: To progress, use very light weighted dumbbells