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Day 10-Cardiogolf 1000 Practice Swing Challenge-Stay in Your Shot

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Cardiogolf 1000 Practice Swing Challenge

On-Course Golf Tip-Stay in Your Shot

If you top shots, most likely you are standing up as you strike the ball. Ideally, you want to keep the same angle your torso and legs formed at address position the same throughout your swing. Many high-handicappers stand up (straighten their legs or lift their torsos) as the they strike the ball resulting in an array of bad shots including thin and topped shots, pulls and slices. If you take a look at professionals, you will see that they keep their spine angle through out their swing and even many squat down as they strike the ball.

Off-Course Golf Fitness Tip-Spinal Rotators

The Spinal Rotators exercise can facilitate a more effective turn and help you increase clubhead speed for more distance.

  1. Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Extend your arms straight out to the side as shown.
  2. Slowly lower your legs to one side, trying to touch the ground with your bottom knee and hold position for 8 to 10 counts.
  3. Try to keep both shoulders flat on the floor.  Don’t let your shoulders raise off the ground.
  4. Return to the start position and repeat on the opposite side.
  5. Alternate rotating bent legs from side to side for 8 to 10 repetitions on both sides.

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Improve Your Golf Swing and Lower Your Score with this Cardiogolf Exercise-Rainbow Stretch

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 This exercise will help you improve your flexibility to increase your range of motion and make a better swing. Try this flexibility exercise that targets arms, shoulders, obliques and core muscles.

To play golf at your full potential you must be able to possess the ability to rotate almost every joint in your body to its functional capacity. If there are restrictions in the shoulders, torso, pelvis or hips, there will be compensations somewhere else in the musculoskeletal system, which results in faults in the golf swing and possible injury to joints and muscles.

Flexibility and mobility are the body’s foundation to developing optimal fitness. You need to be able to move all your joints and muscles through their full range of motion to develop strength, stability, coordination and balance.

If you have an restrictions in your flexibility or mobility in your joints or muscles, the links of the chain between your muscles and joints will break leading to compensations and weaknesses in your movement. Weaknesses and poor movements caused by this break in the kinetic chain can cause poor performance or even injury.

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Cardiogolf 5-Minute Workout Break-Endurance Training for Golfers

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Muscular and Cardiovascular Endurance Routine For Golf

10 exercises to increase muscular and cardiovascular endurance Time: 10 to 30 minutes
Intensity: Moderate to Intense

  • We will be doing 10 different exercises that not only tone your muscles, but will help you increase your heart rate to increase your stamina and endurance on and off the golf course.
  • These exercises are meant to be done in succession: follow one after the other with little to no rest in-between each exercise. Work at your own pace. Choose your level of difficulty.
  • Always begin with the Cardiogolf pre-round warm-up routine before doing this or any of the exercise routines.
  • Do each exercise for 1 minute with minimal or no breaks.

Par Level: 10 minutes – Do routine one time
Birdie Level: 20 minutes – Repeat routine twice
Eagle Level: 30 minutes – Repeat routine three times

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Speed Up Your Swing While Maintaining Balance

Balance is important in the golf swing so that you can maintain your body angles throughout each phase of the swing. Doing balance exercises can improve your balance capabilities within your golf swing especially at higher speeds. If you have poor balance, you have to slow your swing speed down so you won’t lose your footing during your swing.

Here is a drill to help you increase your clubhead speed.

This Drill Can Impact Your Swing

The single most important moment in the golf swing is impact, and if your position is bad when you arrive there you’re in trouble.

For many average and higher-handicap golfers, their impact issues are caused by flipping their hands at impact instead of maintaining lag and forward shaft lean.

Ideally, you want to hit the ball with, not just your hands, but with your bigger muscles. What some call a full body swing-where the core muscles rotate and control the arms through impact- recruits bigger muscles to produce the swing. You create more power with faster clubhead speed and less effort.

Here is a drill to help your impact position.