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Take your golf game to the next level, and treat painful Golfer’s Elbow, with this massage gun

Despite being a relatively low-impact sport, golf is commonly associated with injuries in areas such as the lower back and body, elbow, forearm and wrist. And whether you’re a beginner or a pro, we can all (unfortunately) relate to Golfer’s Elbow, lower back pain, and muscle tightness. 

As lower back pain and elbow discomfort can develop from the dynamic and repetitive motions of the golf swing, you can consider popping Therabody’s Theragun mini in your bag, and trying out the following routines for on-the-spot deep muscle treatment, priming your body for precision, performance, and a more powerful swing.

Warm Up | Total Time: 7 Minutes

Take stress off your lower back, generate more power in each swing, and reduce your risk of injury

With 30 seconds per muscle, sweep the Theragun mini across your calves, quads, chest, traps, and forearms using the Dampener attachment, then switch to the Standard Ball and target each glute.

Mid-Round | Total Time: 4 Minutes

The back-9 boost

Mid-round recovery can make a crucial difference on the back 9. Hit your calves, quads, glutes, and lower back for 15-30 seconds each to take pressure off your back in your swing and help relieve lingering discomfort and lactic acid build up in the legs.

Theragun for Golfer’s Elbow | Total Time: 12 Minutes

Back at the golf club or at home after your day

Sweep the top and bottom of your forearms with the Supersoft attachment for 30 seconds each, followed by 15 seconds of wrist flexion and extension stretches (motioning your wrist up and down).

Finish with 30 seconds of light pressure with the Theragun directly on the area of elbow pain.


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