One of my methodologies for training golfers is to first establish flexibility or mobility. Then I incorporate stability training followed by strength and explosive conditioning. Over the past five weeks my articles have focuses on flexibility and many of my archived articles focus on stability. This week launches a new series on strength.
Because many of these exercises are complex, requiring focus on core stabilization as well as balance we are going to take it slow. Ill introduce one exercise per week. Take the time to master the movement and focus on the subtleties of the exercise.
Remember to breath deeply, exhaling on the exertion phase of the exercise.
Lets get started!
Stationary lunge with rotation
Place your right leg forward, knee bent at a ninety degree angle, left leg back with your knee on the floor and your club extended just below shoulder height.
|Birdie / Eagle levels|
Lift your left knee off the floor, placing the lower body in a runners lunge. Repeat the rotations.