The Spiderman Lunges exercise and the variations in this video are perfect for golfers. It is great for improving hip, t-spine and shoulder mobility. Great for a warm up exercise or to be performed as part of a mobility program to help reduce the risk of golf related injuries and…
Here’s some Isolation Strength Training Exercises which are great for golfers. Performing lots of gym based exercises which use the elbow/forearm and grip (i.e. bench press, pull ups, rows, deadlifts etc), as well as playing a lot of golf can overload the elbow (muscles and tendons), increasing the risk of…
Here’s some great exercises you can do at home (no equipment needed), to help improve your abs and obliques strength… really important for golfers. (without including any crunches!)
Here’s some of the best stretches for golfers you can do at home. These can help improve club head speed, movement efficiency and reduce the risk of injuries associated with golf.
Basic whole body mobility and stability program for golfers. Mobility exercises targeting the shoulder, hips and trunk. And stability exercises targeting the glutes, core and shoulder blades. Only equipment needed is a resistance band and looped band.
Try these core exercises at home or in the gym to help improve your golf and reduce the risk of golf related injuries.
Here’s some ideas to increase upper body power and increase club head speed. The exercises include pressing, pulling, core and overhead movements, which provide a good selection if upper body power is your weak link.
Three really simple exercises for golfers to improve flexibility and help warm up before playing golf. Targeting rotation around the hips and trunk and mobility around the shoulders.
Golfers need good shoulder mobility and stability. Here’s a couple of tests and some simple exercises to help improve mobility and stability, and improve your golf performance.
FIVE Movements/exercises for golfers to help improve golf preference and reduce the risk of golfer related injuries. These are pretty simple and can be done at home. They include rotation, hip hinging, posture/set up, spine mobility and awareness, single leg loading and weight transfer and speed/power.