Golf Conditioning, Exercises & Training Articles

Golf Exercises at Home – Where to Start?

More and more people are doing golf exercises at home. But let's face it, knowing where to start a golf exercise program is confusing. The internet and social media overwhelm us with golf specific exercises. Don't get me wrong, most of the exercises are great and are...

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...

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.

5 Easy Golf Balance Drills You Need To Do Now To Improve Your Swing

Golf fitness programs underutilize golf balance drills.
How many times have you caught yourself off-balance after you hit the golf ball?
Did you notice when you hit the ball well you pose after the shot?
When you hit a poor shot, you find yourself catching your balance, leaning to the side, or taking a step forward in order not to fall over. That should be a clue that good balance is necessary to hit good shots and play consistently.

How To Strengthen Your Core With The Deadbug

Most people have never heard of the deadbug exercise. And that's too bad because it's an excellent core trainer for golfers that requires no gym equipment and can be performed right on your living room floor.  Much like the sit-up. If you've read a few of my articles...

The One Best Golf Exercise to Add Power to Your Golf Swing

If I had to choose one exercise that would help the majority of golfers add power to their golf swing, it would be the deadlift. Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) instructors say “Glutes are the king of the golf swing” because the power generated from the ground...

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