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Gentle stretching: Moving the elbow and wrist through the full range of motion and gentle stretching of the wrist in an up or down position can help.
Whether in the gym or in a game, make stretching part of your warmup, he says.
Use weight training to strengthen your forearm muscles, and do stretching exercises before you go golfing to help avoid injuries.
"Work on some basic stretching …" ... moves that loosen your back, hips, shoulders, arms and wrists.
Start with this step-by-step guide for stretching and strengthening your back.
"Stretching often conditions us and prepares us for a foot event, such as running, jogging, changing directions," says Dr.
Do some dynamic stretching (half-swings) before you golf.
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