Golf Workout Routine
Historically, golf is a sport that’s known mainly for balance, accuracy, and hand-eye coordination. But, it has steadily evolved over the past 20 years, not just the rules governing the sport but also the type of physique its players have.
Gone are the days when players are stoutly shaped individuals. In their place are strong, lean athletes who hit the ball at great distances. Since athletic bodies are now the standard and the stout shape is the exception, you’re effectively robbing yourself of longevity and the ability to hit strokes consistently if you’re not in good shape.
This comprehensive golf strength training program is carefully crafted to help take your game to the next level. In addition, it also takes into account the prevalence of golf-related injuries as it incorporates both stretches and exercises in one massive workout routine.
Most trainers and existing golf workouts out there focus on movement patterns in the sagittal and frontal planes. While those are effective, we have also observed that most injuries occur during twisting and other non-linear movements. Thus, this golf fitness program focuses on incorporating rotational movements and addressing the transverse plane.
Finally, it emphasizes power development, hip drive, core development, and full-body conditioning, which stemmed from our understanding that golf is a full-body sport. Thus, you’ll require lower, upper, and core strength to play at the highest level as a player.
Download this golf workout guide today to start building a solid fitness foundation using only bodyweight movements, which gives you a lot of time to prepare for the next golf season.