Welcome to the Cardiogolf Plank and Putt Challenge that will help you get strong in your core and shave strokes off your score. Simply follow along as I take you through a variety of plank exercises and putting drills.
Although putting may not seem like an athletic movement, you actually need to be strong in your arms, shoulders, core and legs to make your putting stroke smooth and natural. Click here to read more.
- Using an exercise or stability ball, get down all all fours and place elbows on the ball.
- Extend legs and get into a plank position as shown.
- Hold the plank position as you try to steady the ball with your core. Pull your abdominal muscles up and in as you create a straight line from your neck to your feet.
- Hold the position for 10 seconds working up to holding the plank for 30 to 40 seconds.
- Do 3 to 4 repetitions.
To achieve the fundamentals of a good stroke, the key to becoming a good putter is quality practice. It is not necessary to spend hours on the green. Even practicing for 2 to 3 minutes is better than no practice at all. Make it a goal of your to always hit a few practice putts whenever you play or practice.
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