Stretching is crucial for golfers because they tend to get injured if they neglect to do it.
Professional golfers are constantly on the road. I carry a resistance band that is light and easily transportable in your luggage or golf bag.
The beauty of this exercise is that it can be done anywhere. I usually do it before heading to the golf course and doing my routine golf shots.
First step: Tie the rubber band on a door handle or on anything sturdy. Stand up straight with your legs slightly apart. Your elbows must face the ground, and extend your forearms.
Second step: Move your forearms in a pendulum motion for about one to two minutes.
Third step: Lift your shoulders and maintain your forearms in an outstretch position. From the mid-angle, move your forearms upwards and repeat for one to two minutes.
Benefits: This exercise helps loosen the arm muscles. When you have loose muscles, you tend to swing more fluidly. More importantly, you hinder any injury.