Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by, today we’re going to take a closer look at the next series in our posts regarding golfers over the age of 50. In this post we’ll cover some great stretching exercises you can take care of at home to help fight the next item on our list of the top 5 problems killing golfers …
Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by, today we’re going to take a closer look at the next series in our posts regarding golfers over the age of 50. In this post we’ll cover some fantastic exercises you can perform at home to help combat #2 on our list of the top 5 problems killing golfers over 50, which is: torso …
Mike Wood shows us a drill that works thoracic spine mobility. Check out more videos from Mike Wood on our YouTube channel.
Today SirShanksAlot.com contributor Mike Wood shows us how to improve our stability and rotation. Check out more golf fitness videos from Mike on our YouTube channel.
SirShanksAlot.com contributor Mike Wood stops by with an exercise to help us work our glutes. Glutes are key in the golf swing – they help support the back and strong glutes lead to better stability. Check out more videos from Mike Wood on our YouTube channel.
I've seen many programs on the net that say they are golf workouts for golfers. What I usually see is pictures of a guy sitting in a machine in a gym. This is not considered golf-specific training. Golf is standing not sitting for starters.
I think you've heard it enough! That golf fitness training is critical if you want to reach your true potential. Do you want to have a consistent swing for 18 holes? You need to be in shape to achieve it.
Do you want to avoid those early round blow up holes? Then don't skip your golf warm up exercises. Being a golfer is a lot like being an athlete. Don't laugh! Athletes would never go onto the playing field and expect to perform without warming up their body specific to the sport they are competing in.
Strength Exercises For Golf Produce Longer Drives Golfers have long said that strength exercises will hurt their game. Well…how do you think Tiger's doing these days, or the past 10 years he's been on tour? Do I need to say anymore? There are rare acceptions to this, but the top players on tour are all doing strength exercises for golf …
Implementing stretching exercises to improve your power in golf is easier than you think…and it won’t kill you either! What I mean by that is the time, effort and strain you’ll put in is minimal if you have a targeted, golf-specific stretching program that improves your golf swing flexibility for higher clubhead speed and maximum distance.
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