What Is The Best Golf Workout?
Golfers have now heard that working out is good for your swing. Now they all want to know what is the best golf workout? Well, line up 100 golf fitness trainers and they may all tell you a 100 different ways to workout for golf. We all have opinions and beliefs, but I want to inform you, so you can make the best decision for yourself.
Like many other sports, there are certain movements in the golf swing that put an intense physical demand on the body. This is because the golf swing is very unnatural, and if you have a body that is weak or restricted, it will make it very difficult to achieve a proper golf swing.
So any golf workout for a golfer should incorporate a lot of rotational exercises and stretches, as well as many that are on your feet challenging your balance.
So as you can see, I am not referring to plopping down on a machine in a gym and going “brain dead”. I am referring to doing dynamic golf exercises requiring you to know and feel what you’re doing, very much like your golf swing.
Golf Training Equipment
In my opinion, the ONLY golf training equipment you need is an exercise ball, exercise tubing, dumbbells, and a medicine ball when you’ve advanced your fitness level enough. That’s it! Your very own golf gym for about $100, right in the comfort of your own home.
The reason I mention these pieces is they allow you to duplicate the same moves in your golf swing, but with resistance. This is referred to as sport-specific training, which will give you the best results bar none!
In-Home Golf Workout
All the exercises, stretches and golf workout programs I’ve personally put together are easily done in the comfort of your home, so you do not have to take a lot of time out of your day going to a gym, etc. I’ve eliminated all excuses to not do a program like this. You can do this in as little as 5 minutes a day, or if you are really committed to your health and golf, spend up to 60 minutes doing it. It’s your choice.
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