• golf fitness exercises
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    Proper golf posture is a component of the game that many amateur golfers overlook when working at the range. But the fact is, good posture is essential for a well structured, powerful and accurate swing. If you can maintain a comfortable and balanced stance, you set yourself up for a more consistent golf stroke. And

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  • best golf exercises
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    A well balanced lower body is an essential component of a good golf stroke. Maintain posture and keep your weight centered, and you set yourself up for a square shot. And especially important to a properly structured lower body are stable hips. We’ve found most amateur golfers try to do too much with their hips

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  • Hip Bridge Correction
    8:37

    In this video our fitness expert explains why your glutes are the most important muscles in your golf swing, and why you must learn to activate your glutes in order to experience positive results from most golf-swing oriented exercises. You’ll also learn easy way to figure out whether you are actually using your glutes instead of your lower back and hamstrings.

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  • Upper Body Correction
    6:44

    This video explores the topic of upper body corrections and how making improvements to your posture can help your golf swing. You’ll see our experts demonstrate various stretches to help stretch your front side and lengthen your chest muscles including the corner stretch and doorway exercise. They’ll also demonstrate the use of a foam roller to help lengthen your lat muscles.

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  • Basic Core Training
    5:18

    In this video, you’ll learn that how you train in the gym will affect how you perform out on the course. You’ll also learn the importance of proper breathing patterns in getting the most benefit from your training. Our fitness expert explains that its important to match your breathing patterns to your exercise movements, and demonstrates using an exercise ball to stretch front-side muscles.

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