There is still plenty of summer and time left to play your best golf ever. If your game hasn’t improved as much as you wanted to this summer, try adding some golf-specific exercises into your daily routine to help you move better and swing more freely.
Contrary to popular belief, golf is an explosive sport. Like other explosive sports (football, track and field, tennis), you start in a static position, then swing as fast as you can, in a matter of seconds, to speeds of up to 100 mph.
The body needs to train to move explosively as well as change speeds rapidly and generate quick busts of motion in different directions. Here are a few examples of exercises that will help you do this. These types of exercises may not look like what you do in a golf swing, but they use the same muscles and movement patterns used in the golf swing.
These exercises have you start in a static position, then move explosively while changing directions quickly, just like in the golf swing. Here are 6 exercises to help you build strength and speed. Thanks to our model Cathy Vasto for demonstrating these exercises to help you develop explosive strength for golf.
- Skating Cross Backs
- Jump Squats
- Slide and Glide
- Modified Kettle Bell Swings
- Modified Dips
- Modified Push-Ups
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