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Gain More Rotation in Your Swing by Getting Rid of UCS

What amateur golfer doesn't want to gain more rotation in their golf swing? Everyone wants more. Before you can gain rotation, you need to remove barriers that impede your body to turn around your spine.  One of these barriers, especially for people that have jobs...

How You Can Add Power to Your Golf Swing – DJ vs. Rahm

You're right, that isn't Dustin Johnson or Jon Rahm in the image. Sorry, I didn't have six bills to drop to buy a copyrighted image. But watching those two in the finals of the WGC Match Play gave me the idea to write an article on how you can add power to your golf...

What I Learned About Golf Fitness at the Hardware Store

What I Learned About Golf Fitness at the Hardware Store What does a golfer do in the spring when it's raining and there is still snow on the ground? Work on those Hunny-do lists, of course. Why not get all of those home improvement projects out of the way before the...

What Do You Need To Do To Increase Your Driver Swing Speed?

We all want to increase our driver swing speed. Comparing the swings of the longest hitters might give us a clue as to what will help our golf swings the most. Common swing traits of the long hitters can be assumed to be important if we apply these characteristics to our swings in all likelihood we will increase our swing speed. The common traits amongst the long hitters are good ankle mobility, strong glutes, the ability to separate movement between the upper and lower body, and being able to freely posteriorly and anteriorly tilt the pelvis.

Tips for Starting a Golf Fitness Workout Program

Here are some tips for starting a golf fitness workout program. In reality, the tips work for anyone that is looking to get back in the gym. Every day people decide that today is the day to get back into shape. Whether they are trying to improve sport specific...

Wrist Extension or Cupping – Mobility Test for Golfers

Wrist extension or cupping is the sixth mobility screen I use to evaluate the mobility and stability of golfers. The lack of wrist mobility during the backswing and downswing can lead to swing compensations that will cause inconsistent ball striking and could lead to...

How to Increase Your Golf Swing Speed with Core Training

Do you want to increase your golf swing speed? I've never heard anyone say their swing speed is too fast, they may swing too hard, but there is never enough swing speed. How do you increase your swing speed? Well, advances in golf equipment improve almost every year,...

Wrist Flexion or Bowing – Mobility Tests for Golfers

Wrist flexion is important to the golf swing as the lead wrist needs to bow to store energy late in the downswing and to square up the clubface at impact. Of course, we have all heard how Dustin Johnson bows his wrist at the top of the backswing. Bowing the wrist at...

Wrist Supination and Pronation Mobility Test for Golfers

Supination and pronation of the wrists are technical terms that simply mean wrist rotation. Golfers need to be able to rotate their wrists throughout the golf swing. From a proper address position to releasing the club at impact your wrist need to be able to turn...

The Best Form of Magnesium – a Natural Calm Review

Why am I discussing the best form of magnesium on a golf fitness website? The reason is I get severe leg cramps. Whenever I over exert myself later in the evening when I'm relaxing or sleeping my calf, quad or hamstring cramps up tight. To the point sometimes that I...

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Golf Exercises

We are all busy people; time is something we can't make more of or save to use later. For that reason, we want to maximize the use of our time as much as possible. Your golf exercises might be wasting your time in the gym. Not having enough time to exercise is one of...

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